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Our take on Derby vs. Meteor - Derby blog

Our teams share a similar vision for a world where all applications are realtime and collaborative by default. We as well as a number of other other developers all had a revelation about a year and a half ago—the way that web apps are currently built makes it painfully difficult to create the best user experience, where data dynamically update everywhere.

Thanks to the awesome re-invention of JavaScript performance starting with V8 and the ability to easily create JavaScript servers with Node.js, lots of developers are excited about the notion of using JavaScript for both server and client development. But despite finally using the same language, few Node.js applications to date deliver on the amazing ability to share code. Even with a common language, there are still a lot of issues including very different latency and connection stability, separate ways of dealing with URLs on the server and in the browser, the existence of a DOM in the browser and not on the server, and direct access to a filesystem only on the server.

* GPL vs. MIT
* Meteor packages vs. npm
* Compatibility with other libraries
* MongoDB API vs. Racer methods
* Server rendering and shared routes
* Model-view data bindings
* DOM event handlers
* Fibers
* Wrapping it up


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Overview of Derby.js and Meteor.js

With a focus on their philosophy (vs practical usage tips)...

Agenda
* Derby.js/Meteor.js - Common Concepts
* A little more about Derby.js
* A short Derby.js demo (Oooooo)
* A little more about Meteor.js
* A short Meteor.js demo (Ahhhhh)
* Discussion & Beers (Yummm)


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