Jul

Announcing Meteor 1.4 - Updated Node and MongoDB versions & more

We’re pleased to announce Meteor 1.4, with major updates to Node and MongoDB, and a more flexible and community-oriented release process. The 1.4 release focuses on long term stability for the platform, continues our work to align Meteor with the wider JavaScript ecosystem, and positions us to work closer with the community than ever before.

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Jul

Meteor on Stack Overflow's New Documentation Site

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!

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Jul

Building a web and mobile app for the US Olympic Swim Trials

This is a guest post by Commit Analytics, a Philadelphia based startup who builds software for swim coaches and athletes.

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Jul

The Meteor Chef: Reactive Dict, Reactive Vars, and Session Variables

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.

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Jun

Looking Beyond Meteor 1.4 with Matt DeBergalis and Rohit Bakhshi

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.

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Jun

Announcing Meteor 1.3.3 - DDP Batching, .babelrc Support, Improved import Declarations

 As Meteor looks to the future, we must also refine and solidify the technologies we currently support. In that spirit, Meteor 1.3.3 is packed with changes aimed at improving the day-to-day experience of existing Meteor developers, while also ensuring Meteor remains approachable for new developers.

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Jun

The Meteor Chef: Making Use of Settings.json

This is the second 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.

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Jun

The Meteor Chef: Using the HTTP Package

This is the first 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.

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May

How a Hackathon Broke Healthcare Barriers for Houston Children

Our official partner Poetic Systems recently teamed up with The Hacker Society to build a Meteor app tracking pediatric clinic locations for Houston’s Ronald McDonald House. This guest post recaps the hackathon that made it happen!

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May

Contributing to Meteor Documentation

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.

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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.

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