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Our first Meteor Night was a great success, and we were joined by some fine speakers from all over the Meteor community. Everybody had a cool app or interesting project to show us, so let's get right to it.Read More
The core of Meteor has always been its advanced yet easy to use data system, which makes it very easy to efficiently publish reactive data. Looking around, it’s clear to us that many developers across the wider software community – for example, apps that use a combination of Angular and Spring, or React and Rails – have similar needs. We’re eager to bring that technology to a broader array of apps, and we’re also excited to upgrade Meteor with better control over reactivity, support for more data sources and clients, and enhanced productivity for developers.Read More
In the days following our announcement of Galaxy Developer Edition, we received thousands of requests to be invited. We share your excitement - Galaxy lets you easily and reliably deploy, scale, and monitor your Meteor app. And with Developer Edition, you can run your app in 512 MB containers for just $.035 / GB / hr, which equates to roughly $13 / container / month. This compares favorably with other ways of running your Meteor app. Nate Strauser migrated weworkmeteor.com to Galaxy and wrote up a helpful guide on how he did it.Read More
2015 was a big year for Meteor! In case you haven’t been keeping up on all the latest news, we’ve put together a brief list of some things you should be aware of going into 2016. We’re sure we missed a few, so feel free to add your own in the discussion section below this post.
Galaxy runs your app in Docker containers. We’ve heard from our customers that sometimes when things go wrong, it’s easiest to simply destroy the containers that aren’t working, and start fresh. So today we’re launching the ability to force kill specific containers and spawn new ones with just a click.Read More