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Single Page Web Application Development Using Meteor JS

We live in a world dominated by JavaScript. Even though you are not a fan of this programming language, you still cannot ignore it if you want to be a professional developer. The good news is there are tons of JavaScript frameworks out there for you to pick up. In my case, the one that strikes my fancy the most is nothing else but Meteor.

After experimenting with this framework for a long time, one of its magical powers that I met was creating a single page app in Meteor Js. So, in this post, we are going to discuss about benefits of single page application development using Meteor framework.

What is single page application?

If you are still wondering what single page app actually is, then read that word “single-page” again! Its name already told it all! Basically, it’s nothing but a single page without any additional pages. It is developed with an aim of improving the user experience by delivering all the functionality for an application without taking time to reload the whole page.

How about Meteor? What is Meteor?

Meteor was born in 2011 under the name Skybreak. Until January 2012, it changed to the name that we’ve called now. Unlike other frameworks, Meteor is a smart and powerful that allows you build web and mobile applications with one single language of JavaScript.

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In term of programming, Meteor is describe as an open-source and full-stack JavaScript platform that includes a key set of technologies for building reactive web and mobile applications.

Benefits of single page app development in Meteor JS

There are many web frameworks available to choose from for single page web app development. But here, I’m going to bring to you a full list benefits of creating single page applications in Meteor Js.

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