Articles in meteor

Meteor 1.4, MongoDB and Compose - Ready to Oplog

With a switch to newer MongoDB drivers and other low level improvements, the new Meteor 1.4 works much better with Compose's MongoDB. That means that we now recommend that users migrate to Meteor 1.4 to get the best performance and reliability with t…

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Making the Most of Compose – Differential

It can be hard to visualize exactly how a new closet or shelving system would fit into your living quarters, which is why Organized Living turned to Compose customer, Differential, to build an easy-to-use 3D visualization tool. Running on MongoDB and…

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Compose's Little Bit's #35 - Scylla, Meteor and RethinkDB, PostgreSQL, ECMAScript 2016, Git 2.9, Go and more

Scylla goes for monthly updates, using Meteor and RethinkDB, versioning and PostgreSQL, ES7 (ECMAScript 2016) is approved, Git 2.9 arrives with new diffing, Cockroach folk vs Go dependencies, Learning X in Y Minutes, Apple's new file-system and the s…

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Making the Most of Compose – C2G Consulting

This is an article in our ongoing series on how Compose customers are building apps with multiple persistent data stores. C2G Consulting is a technology company headquartered on Victoria Island in Lagos, Nigeria. Providing consulting and development…

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Introducing Meteor Toys 3, Because Toys Make Life Better

Today we turned over the reins to Max Savin, the creator of Meteor Toys and Aqua. To further help you with your journey of building apps with Meteor, Compose is giving you a 45-day free trial for your hosting your MongoDB database. Introducing Meteor…

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Connecting to the Oplog on the new MongoDB

In our previous article on the new MongoDB at Compose, we looked at connecting to the new MongoDB deployments and picked out what has changed compared to the previous MongoDB Classic. If you are considering using the new MongoDB with Meteor, please r…

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Meteor's new Galaxy and the perfectly Composed companion

The people behind Meteor, the JavaScript-based platform for real-time responsive applications, have just announced Galaxy, a new way to deploy Meteor applications – sending them up to be hosted in a Meteor-managed, container-based cloud built for Met…

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Meteor, SQL & Other Databases

Since its inception, the Meteor platform has been built around using MongoDB as its core database which is great for us at Compose because we know MongoDB. But there's more to the world than just MongoDB and the Meteor developers and community know t…

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Meteor Now Works with Latest MongoDB

The developers at Meteor have just released Meteor 1.0.4. This release is great news for any Compose and Meteor users who've been keeping their MongoDB database at version 2.4 or requesting downgrades, because this new Meteor officially supports Mon…

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Meetup with RethinkDB, Meteor & Compose

TL;DR: RethinkDB, Compose and Meteor are hosting a meetup at Compose HQ on November 12 at 6pm. How can we communicate how much we love databases and the people who use them? One answer is, by hosting a meetup with our friends at RethinkDB and Meteor…

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