Lance Ennen - software entrepreneur at Byennen
Mykola Striletskyy - Co-founder and CEO at Apiko
Meteor makes the teamwork much more productive. As everyone in our team at Apiko is a full-stack Meteor developer, we can share skills and help each other when needed. We make the most out of Meteor’s modularity by creating reusable components that accelerates the development process. Simple and fast development of high-quality real-time applications is really appealing.
Swapan Sarkar - architect at D2DMaps
Meteor has it's good and bad parts. Sure, it is a very good platform for development where developer productivity is most important, but when it comes to the whole ecosystem, CI + deployment and production hosting and some aspects of the technology itself (such as Blaze vs React), there are questions.
Pieter Soudan - co-founder & system architect at Textus.io
Mark Uretsky - founder at Socialteria
Why learn separate programming languages for the front end and the back end? I certainly didn't want to add complexity or waste time. I just wanted to bring my ideas to life as fast as possible. And Meteor was much easier to use compared to Node.js. You can definitely say that getting started with Meteor is much faster and at same time more powerful.
After working with and using Meteor for almost a year, I'm even more happy with my choice. If you didn't use Meteor, you’ve probably jumped from one library to another, as technology is moving and changing really fast now. It also happens with Meteor, but at a slower and more stable pace.
Overall, I didn't face any problems with Meteor that you couldn't solve. There were a few hard times, but usually it’s much easier to implement something with Meteor than with other frameworks or programming languages.
No matter if you are a beginner in the IT industry or an experienced developer, it’s absolutely worth giving Meteor a try. Besides being a beginner-friendly framework, Meteor has a big ready-to-help community. We at