Summary of Positive Meteor Reviews
One user who gave Meteor a positive review on Capterra likes that it provides a framework that enables them to create iOS and Android apps easily. He also mentioned that since Meteor is a full-stack system, which comprises both the frontend and backend, he doesn’t need to worry about building a lot from the ground up.
Summary of Negative Meteor Reviews
Users who gave Meteor a negative review said that there are only limited systems that can be integrated with the software. Some also mentioned that the platform constantly crashes when used in Windows 7 and Windows 10.
One user who gave Meteor a negative review on Capterra said that it only works with MongoDB as its main database and that it limits some linguistic integrations for code development. He also wished to have more options in terms of database integration.
Meteor is open source and free to use. However, Meteor’s pricing details also include Developer Support Plans for users that need help in developing their apps: Production Support ($1,499/month) and Enterprise Support ($2,999+/month), both billed annually. The main difference between the support plans is the number of support cases per month.
*Plans are paid in full at the start of the billing cycle.
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Check out the list below of some of Meteor’s features:
- Effortless Deployment
- Production-Ready Scale
- Meteor Specific Engineering
- Automated SSL Included
- Automatic Load Balancing
- Cluster Management
- Meteor Hosting
What mobile devices does Meteor support?
Where can I deploy my Meteor apps?
Here is a list of some of Meteor’s popular integrations:
- Apache Cordova
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