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Meteor Methods

Published on December 23, 2015
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    By Alligator.io

    Meteor Methods

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    In Meteor the client calls functions on the server using methods. These methods are similar to RPC (Remote Procedure Calls) and are a way to secure your applications by having the server validate the data sent. Here’s how the basic syntax of a method looks like:

      'myMethod': function () {
        // do stuff

    And here’s how you call the method on the client:


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