Meteor? A stone from the outer space?
What else? It connects/integrates with the MongoDB, a cross-platform document-oriented database and also uses the Distributed Data Protocol (DDP) and a messaging platform called publish-subscribe to automatically transfer data to client in real time resulting that they would not require any developer to code any sync program.
Meteor interface is considered to have a modern user interface that is browser and mobile friendly. The responsive is seamlessly stunning as many would say that it is ultra responsive saving many people’s lunch and other break times.
It operates on a reactive programming model that comes all the way from the database that results in shrinking the 1000 line code to only ten lines. And the most important thing to consider in Meteor is that it consists of isomorphic APIs which means one language everywhere. Meteor is said to be a unified tool i.e. a build tool that allows you build all parts of your application.
You are about to see a Meteor hit. Know why?
Meteor was initially launched at the end of 2011, and it was named as Skybreak. Later they acquired Y Combinator alum FathomDB and was named as Meteor. A stable version of Meteor was released on first of April 2015.
Meteor has been in radar since mid-2014, and many loved being a Meteor developer. Here are some proof of how Meteor is performing since then.