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Introduction to Realtime Web with Meteor and No...

Introduction to Realtime Web with Meteor and No... | Meteor dev | Scoop.it
The one framework I always see compared to Derby.js is called Meteor. Similar to Derby, it handles things such as updating views live across multiple clients, though Meteor does it somewhat differently.
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Want To Learn Node.js? Here Are Some Useful Tutorials

Want To Learn Node.js? Here Are Some Useful Tutorials | Meteor dev | Scoop.it
According to the textbook definition, Node.js is built using Chrome's JavaScript runtime for an easy built network application. Node.js uses ... You will also be able to adapt to emerging and new JavaScript frameworks like Derby.js or Meteor.js.
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Is JavaScript the Language of the Future? | SharpWebStudio : An ...

Is JavaScript the Language of the Future? | SharpWebStudio : An ... | Meteor dev | Scoop.it
JavaScript very quickly gained widespread success as an all-in-one solution for different platforms. Different Frameworks : Backbone.js; NodeJS; Meteor; Google Web Toolkit; JavaScriptMVC; Kendo; AngularJS; Atoms.js ...
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Findings while looking into implementing simultaneous multi-user ...

Findings while looking into implementing simultaneous multi-user ... | Meteor dev | Scoop.it
Meteor gathers all your JavaScript files, excluding anything under the client and public subdirectories, and loads them into a Node.js server instance inside a fiber. And: In Meteor, your server code runs in a single thread per ...
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Realtime JavaScript Stack: nodejs + express + mongoose + socket ...

Realtime JavaScript Stack: nodejs + express + mongoose + socket ... | Meteor dev | Scoop.it
Standard. There is a good realtime JavaScript stack, composed by nodejs + express + mongoose + socket.io + angularjs, and I'm going to explain how to integrate these pieces of software to develop a simple web application.
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