But does Meteor scale?

A question that pops up for me pretty often is 'Can Meteor.js scale to handle the traffic I need?'. Or something like 'Can I handle 1 million users with Meteor'. These draw a chuckle from me every time. The question is a very tricky to answer with any…

Using a CDN with your production Meteor app

What if you could make your Meteor application super fast for anyone, anywhere across the globe? A Content Delivery Network is just the thing to help with that. I've seen a few articles on using CloudFlare as a CDN with Meteor, but I just needed the CDN to speed up…

Building an admin app as a microservice with Meteor.js

I recently launched my Mastering Meteor.js video course, and the site is using a platform that Sam Hatoum and I recently rebuilt (mostly Sam, haha). Our focus was building a well-tested Meteor application that is an open-sourced learning tool for Meteor fans. The open-sourced app is also used to…

Why Meteor needs a conference

Maybe you've seen recently that I decided to throw a Meteor conference... I've received a few questions about it, so I thought it would be good to address some of those. Conferences ignite communities My biggest reason for wanting to see a conference thrown is it stokes a fire in…

SSL and Meteor.js

SSL and Meteor.js I had an interesting question the other day about Crater.io - 'What is the point of adding SSL to Crater, isn't all that data public and not sensitive?'. I realized that I've never seen anyone talk much about SSL and why you should use…

Easily debugging meteor.js

I recently read a post that talked about how Meteor, especially the server side, is hard to debug. I highly disagree with that statement. I actually think debugging is easier than in most languages that I've tried. Since I seem to think it is easy but others don't, it is…

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