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Meteor (also known as MeteorJS) is a free and open-source isomorphic JavaScript web framework. It is written in Node.js. Meteor was first introduced in 2012 and is developed by the Meteor Development Group. Meteor allows for rapid prototyping and produces cross-platform code. Meteor integrates with MongoDB. It uses the Distributed Data Protocol along with a publish-subscribe pattern to automatically propagate data changes to clients without requiring the developer to write any synchronization code. On the client, Meteor uses it’s own its own Blaze templating engine. It can even be used with Angular or React.  Meteor is easy to learn. It is also quick to build apps with Meteor. This makes it a favorite for many developers.  Here’s a list of some of the best Meteor books, courses, videos and tutorials to help you learn Meteor in 2017.

Meteor and React for Realtime Apps

Meteor and React for Realtime Apps by Stephen Grider will teach you to master the fundamentals of Meteor and React. This Meteor tutorial will teach you to build dynamic web apps with MeteorJS, while covering all the important Meteor topics in-depth. You will master fundamental concepts behind structuring Meteor applications. This MeteorJS tutorial will help you learn the true purpose of Meteor in a modern application. You will learn how to secure Meteor applications with enterprise-grade security. Using Meteor’s built-in auth system, you will setup user authentication and permissions. You will use React to render your Meteor data. This MeteorJS course will help you master the process of breaking down a complex component into many smaller and interchangeable components. The difference between Props and State and when to use each is explained in-detail. You will learn how to develop complex applications that scale in complexity by mastering Meteor.

Full-Stack Web Apps with Meteor and React

Full-Stack Web Apps with Meteor and React by Andrew Mead will teach you to build full-stack web applications using Meteor and React. This Meteor tutorial will make you into a full-stack Meteor and React developer capable of developing, testing, and deploy real-world production web applications. Learn how to create apps that support authentication and user accounts. This MeteorJS tutorial contains over 31 hours of Meteor videos. This is one of the most comprehensive Meteor tutorials ever released. You start at the basics of Meteor and then gradually move up to more advanced Meteor concepts and features. This Meteor course is entirely project-based. You will build a number of Meteor apps and Meteor code challenges to test and reinforce your Meteor knowledge. This is a very hand-on Meteor guide focused on building Meteor apps.

The Complete Meteor Developer Course

The Complete Meteor Developer Course by Amaro Academy will help you build powerful web applications with Meteor. This Meteor course will start with the basic concepts and folder structure of a Meteor project. Then you will build a complete web application from scratch. This will get you familiar with Meteor. In the process, you will gain a thorough understanding of Meteor’s major features including data on the wire, web templates, declarative programming, full-stack reactivity, modularity, third-party packages, and databases. This Meteor tutorial will teach you to build web applications using Meteor very quickly. You will learn how to harden your app, prepare it for production release, and quickly deploy it using Meteor’s public servers or your own custom server.

Learn MeteorJS By Building 10 Real World Projects

Learn MeteorJS By Building 10 Real World Projects by Eduonix Learning Solutions will help you learn MeteorJS step by step through the complete process of building 10 real-world projects. All Meteor apps are built in real-time by default. This Meteor course will teach you the theory and how to use the Meteor framework. You will learn how to build 10 amazing projects from scratch using Meteor.

Meteor: Full-Stack Web Application Development

Meteor: Full-Stack Web Application Development Paperback by Fabian Vogelsteller, Isaac Strack and Marcelo Reyna will teach you how to create mobile and full-stack web applications using Meteor. This Meteor book contains over 65 hands-on Meteor recipes to help you build and deploy elegant web applications. You will learn how to secure your site with Meteor best practices. This MeteorJS book will help you make your own Meteor packages and see how to make them public.

Build Applications with Meteor

Build Applications with Meteor by Dobrin Ganev will teach you to develop a set of real-world applications each exploring different features of Meteor. This Meteor book will teach you the most powerful feature of Meteor. You will start with the basic installation and overview of the main components in Meteor. This book will also introduce you to ReactJS, Redux, Angular 2 and GraphQL and how to use them with Meteor. You will learn hands-on multiple versatile applications covering a wide range of topics from adding a front-end views with the hottest rendering technology React to implementing a microservices oriented architecture. This book will look at real-time data streaming, server to server data exchange, responsive styles on the front-end, full-text search functionality, and integration of many third-party libraries and APIs using npm.

Mastering MeteorJS Application Development

Mastering MeteorJS Application Development by Jebin B V will show you how to get up and running by building exceptional MeteorJS applications in a matter of days. You will learn how to integrate other JavaScript frameworks into your MeteorJS project and become an expert in full-stack development. This Meteor book will take you beyond coding and learn how to make modern design decisions for great user experiences.

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