We have addressed a lot of things in this chapter. We can now program faster because we have tools such as CoffeeScript, Jade, and Stylus to help us. Also, we have learned how to use templates, helpers, and events to work with our Meteor frontend. Understanding the event loop and the merge box has made us a bit more precautious when it comes to running complex, time-consuming operations. Finally, we began to build a project, and we adopted a folder structure that is going to make development quicker.
In the next chapter, we will cover two of the most important parts that make a Meteor application viable: Meteor publishers and Meteor subscribers. With these patterns, you will be able to produce sites that load quickly and that do not put too much strain on the server.