Meteor digest. June
Information about version 1.5 Meteor has been released. Particularly, it became known that MeteorJS can be installed via npm that will allow choosing the used node.js version individually.
Mongo database developers are launching cloud hosting. This hosting is adapted as much as possible to work with MongoDB. The main features are scalability, ease of use, flexibility and high level of protection.
Ryan Glover - Making Use of Settings.json Ryan Glover talks about the use of settings.json file in MeteorJS.
The MDG plans to completely switch to NPM ecosystem came to light.
Porting Meteor platform to ARM is completed. Release details are discussed on the forum.
Daniel Phillips shares his experience in creating games for Meteor + RethinkDB.
Dean Radcliffe in his screencast talks about integration methods for Meteor and Redux.
Npm set of packages is published that allows combining SimpleSchema and React.
The package developers for Meteor and Webpack integration also provided a detailed guide about methods and best practices for using it.
There is an active discussion of import system on Meteor forum. The participants clarify the main problems in the existing import system and suggest the best solutions and ways of integration with Meteor.
Apollo is now supporting the function "query batching". This greatly improves the productivity of Apollo applications. Dhaivat Pandya in his article describes methods and special aspects of using query batching.
Matt DeBergalis reviewed the planned innovations in Meteor platform version 1.4 and reported some plans for the nearest future.