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May 09, 2021 23:00 Meteor
Let's start by activitying the brain. Suppose you sit in front of your computer and open the same folder in two windows.
Delete a file in one window, will the file disappear in the other window?
You don't have to do it and you know it's going to go away. Operations in the local file system can be applied everywhere without refreshing or callbacks.
Let's take a look at what the same thing will do on the web page. F or example, you open the same WordPress background page in two browser windows and create a new article in one of the windows. Different from the desktop system, no matter how long you wait, the other window does not change unless you manually refresh the page.
Over the years, we've become accustomed to the fact that communication between people and websites is discrete.
But Meteor, one of the next generation of frameworks and technologies, is trying to challenge this situation so that web pages can be real-time and responsive.
Meteor is a platform built on .js node to develop real-time web programs. Meteor is located between the program database and the user interface, keeping the data between them updated synchronously.
Meteor this platform is very powerful, web program development process of many complex, error-prone functions can be abstracted out, the implementation is very simple.
So why do you spend time learning Meteor instead of other frameworks? We think there's only one reason to turn off Meteor's various features: because Meteor is easy to learn.
Meteor may or may not be the ideal framework you're looking for. Since it only needs a few nights or a weekend to get started, why not try it?