Getting Started with Meteor.JS

Here is a short tutorial on Meteor.js:

  1. Install Meteor by following the instructions on the Meteor website (
  2. Create a new Meteor project by running the following command in your terminal:
luaCopy codemeteor create my-app
  1. Change into the directory for your new Meteor project:
bashCopy codecd my-app
  1. Start the Meteor development server by running the following command:
Copy codemeteor
  1. Open your web browser and visit http://localhost:3000 to view your new Meteor application.
  2. Edit the code in the my-app directory to build your application. For example, you can modify the contents of the my-app.html file to change the layout of the application.
  3. Use Meteor’s reactive data model to bind data to the user interface and make the application respond to changes in real-time. For example, you can add the following code to the my-app.js file to make the application display the current date and time:
javascriptCopy codeif (Meteor.isClient) {
    currentTime: function () {
      return new Date();
  1. Use Meteor’s package system to add additional functionality to your application. For example, you can add the meteor add accounts-ui command to your terminal to add user authentication to your application.

This tutorial provides a basic introduction to building applications with Meteor.js. With its fast and flexible architecture, Meteor is a great choice for building real-time web applications that can be run on both the client and the server.

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