> Finally, if you are inside a stub on the client and call another method, the other method is not executed (no RPC is generated, nothing “real” happens). If that other method has a stub, that stub stands in for the method and is executed. The method call’s return value is the return value of the stub function. The client has no problem executing a stub synchronously, and that is why it’s okay for the client to use the synchronous Meteor.call form from inside a method body, as described earlier.
I don’t understand how a stub can be executed synchronously.
Can you please describe it with an example ?