“Meteor digest. October”

Announcing Meteor 1.4.2: Rebuild performance & a look ahead

The new version of Meteor 1.4.2 has been released. In this version the workflow of the compiler has been optimized. The versions of external NPM dependencies have been updated as well. There are also updates of angular2-meteor library and tutorials on how to integrate Angular2 with MeteorJS. Now CoffeeScript supports out-of-box import\export system.

There is a changelog on the Meteor official web page that contains detailed changes history of each of the framework’s version.

Meteor Changelog

There is a changelog on the Meteor official web page that contains detailed changes history of each of the framework’s version.

MeteorTuts — community-driven MeteorJS tutorial

Now there is MeteorJS tutorial supported by the community.

Writing an API Wrapper

Ryan Glover created a tutorial on building API wrapper with Meteor. MailChimp API is used as an example.

Transmission Ep 15: Community Involvement, 1.4.2, GraphQL subscriptions, and Grapher

There’s a new episode of Transmission, where the new 1.4.2 version of Meteor platform is discussed alongside the plans for the future. In this new episode GraphQL subscriptions and Apollo stack were also in the spotlight.

MongoDB Atlas with Meteor: A Step-By-Step Guide

Charles Nelson described integration process of MeteorJS with MongoDB Atlas DBaaS platform.

Blaze integration for the Apollo Client

Michiel ter Reehorst developed a package for integration of Blaze with Apollo Client.

Using Meteor as a Backend for Your Apps

Spencer Carli goes into advantages of using MeteorJS as backend for applications.