Stack Overflow announced earlier today the launch of their new documentation site, and we are excited to announce Meteor as one of the Launch Partners!Read More
#1 Web Application Framework on GitHub
This is the third in a guest series from Ryan Glover. This post originally appeared as a snippet on The Meteor Chef, a site dedicated to showing you how to solve day-to-day problems in your Meteor applications.Read More
Last Thursday was our summer edition of Meteor Night, our flagship meetup at Meteor HQ in San Francisco. We heard a few of forward-thinking talks from Meteor Development Group, followed by two app demos from the Meteor community that dove deep into Meteor best practices for production applications.Read More
If you’ve been developing in Meteor, you may have noticed we recently launched a brand-new, shiny design for our documentation and guide sites.
Apart from being easy on the eyes (and infinitely more discoverable by Google search) the new docs site was created with the principal aim of being easier to contribute to. You’ll notice a prominent “edit on GitHub” link on each page, which you can use to send fixes to documentation content or suggest improvements.
Since announcing Galaxy for everyone in early March, we’ve been working with thousands of customers like NitroLabs (builder of the popular LuminPDF app) to make their Meteor app deployments effortless and more reliable.Read More