One of my first sticking points when learning Meteor was the concept of publications, subscriptions, and the purpose of the “autopublish” package that’s included with every Meteor project by default. These concepts are both: Important to understand. Tricky to grasp as a beginner. They’re by no means beyond your reach — you’ll have a solid grasp …
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