Developing a mobile web app often involves a considerable amount of resources as it is necessary to program the application at least twice, one for Android and one for iOS, and a third for Windows Phone. If you want to create a native app, in case you are “satisfied” with not particularly brilliant performances you can opt for a hybrid approach.
Fortunately, over time, more than a company has posed the problem of creating tools for the development of cross-platform apps without sacrificing native performance.
MeteorJS is a cohesive, open-source platform for developing reactive web apps. Reactivity is the key idea that encircles the MeteorJS platform.
What does it mean that the app is reactive? It means that every change of data in the database is instantly mirrored by a change happening on the user’s screen, with no refresh needed. Let’s say that our application displays a list of posts. When a new post is added into the database, the list is automatically repopulated with the new post included. So all active users see the data changes simultaneously, even if there’s thousands of them, it is happening live.
No matter how great your application gets, Ember.JS makes the code manageable. Here is the architecture of Ember.JS:
The first thing that has impressed us is the documentation, weakness that almost all the competitors have. It is very simple and full of examples. It guides you step by step in everything you need without neglecting anything. This greatly reduces learning time , starting almost immediately to build your web app.
Another very interesting thing to start with just import into the head of your web page this script < script src = "https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/vue" > and without configuring anything you can already build your application. https : // cdn . jsdelivr . net / npm / vue “