Developers will be able to build these apps to run in a browser or installed on any mobile device from the GitHub Repository.
The Meteor team says that a selection of applications have already been produced such as Verso, a mobile education app.
"The Meteor platform is a set of core packages that are designed to work well together, so you don't necessarily need to know a lot about the individual parts to get started writing apps. For developers who want to dig into the details, though, we've got a new section of the website that explains how each part of Meteor works and shows how you can mix and match these parts to make any kind of stack you want," said the company.
A new tutorial on the Meteor.com website shows how to build a collaborative task management app step-by-step. The team has also included new open source example applications with Meteor — and one is a collaborative Todos app with all the essential features including both shared and private task lists.