How do Client Cursors Work?

Cursors are the control data structures for a collection of documents for a query.

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How do Client Cursors Work?

A cursor is just a way of storing information about a query, controlling execution of the query, and controlling iteration over the result set. In this screencast we'll look at client side cursors and dive into selectors as well as sort, limit and skip modifiers.

  • Meteor
  • Tutorial
Note that we'll only be looking at **minimongo** cursors in this video. So the collection will be client side only. **Related lessons:** * <a href="http://www.eventedmind.com/posts/meteor-observing-cursors" target="_blank">Observing Cursors</a> * <a href="http://www.eventedmind.com/posts/meteor-observe-in-a-publish-function" target="_blank">Observer in a Publish Function</a>
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