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Good post on DerbyJS vs Meteor although the main point for me is the client vs server rendering paradigm. There has to be an appropriate equilibrium between both sides to make a truly fast and responsive web app. Without the proper equilibrium you will sway too much to one side causing an imbalance with your users. Obviously this is difficult not to mention different for each project and use case. There is rarely a one answer solves all and this is a case of that. It is also why today's technologists have to understand and have a keen sense of agility to create powerful web apps that drive quality.

http://blog.derbyjs.com/2012/04/14/our-take-on-derby-vs-meteor/

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Very informative article. I like standards and licensing can really muck things upp
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