Meteor Package Manager
Meteor is an open-source platform for building web, mobile, and desktop applications. It was first introduced in 2012 by Meteor Development Group.
#What is Meteor?
#Meteor Key Features
Most recognizable Meteor features include:
- Easy to use: Meteor’s package manager is built directly into the Meteor command line tool, making it easy to find, install, and manage packages.
- Large and growing community: Meteor has a large and active community of developers who contribute packages to the package manager.
- Version control: Meteor’s package manager keeps track of package versions, making it easy to update to new versions or revert to older versions if needed.
- Package bundling: Meteor packages can be bundled together with other packages and application code to create a single, self-contained bundle that can be deployed to a production server.
- Client-side and server-side packages: Meteor packages can be used on both the client and server side of a Meteor application.
- Integration with other Meteor tools: Meteor’s package manager integrates with other Meteor tools, such as Meteor’s build tool and the Meteor testing framework.
Some of the Meteor use-cases are:
- Building and deploying web applications: Meteor’s package manager makes it easy to incorporate reusable code into web applications, speeding up the development process and reducing maintenance overhead.
- Creating packages for other developers: Developers can use Meteor’s package manager to create reusable packages that can be shared with other developers in the Meteor community.
- Maintaining package dependencies: Meteor’s package manager can help ensure that application dependencies are up-to-date and compatible with other packages being used in the application.
Meteor Package Manager is an easy-to-use, community-driven package manager that helps developers build and maintain complex web applications using the Meteor platform.