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Meteor CEO Geoff Schmidt talks about "Getting Meteor to 1.0" during #MeteorDevshop 8, on September 26, 2013.

Meteor CEO Geoff Schmidt talks about "Getting Meteor to 1.0" during #MeteorDevshop 8, on September 26, 2013.

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Getting Meteor to 1.0 Getting Meteor to 1.0 Presentation Transcript

  • Meteor 1.0 “Andromeda” Early Next Year Wednesday, October 2, 13
  • Meteor 1.0 “Andromeda” A stable platform for writing { Apps Packages Books & Tutorials Wednesday, October 2, 13
  • Meteor 1.0 “Andromeda” Supported For Production Use Wednesday, October 2, 13 View slide
  • Lock Down The Core Andromeda theme A small, stable, modular core Wednesday, October 2, 13 View slide
  • Meteor 1.0 “Andromeda” Modular meteor build tool standard-app-packages oauth facebook accounts http webapp twitter ejson deps ddp minimongo mongo-ddp spark session handlebars Wednesday, October 2, 13
  • Meteor 1.0 “Andromeda” 1.0: Small Core Core Data transport (DDP) Mongo driver Live templating Accounts & Oauth HTTP & SMTP Package system Build tool Atmosphere Router Form builder Model system Revisit in Future Releases Wednesday, October 2, 13
  • Proposed feature set Being finalized now. We need your feedback! meteor-core@googlegroups.com Wednesday, October 2, 13
  • Meteor 1.0 “Andromeda” Big Deal #1: Packages Finalize package format Fold Meteorite into Meteor Make Atmosphere an official service Tighten up package versioning Wednesday, October 2, 13
  • Meteor 1.0 “Andromeda” Big Deal #2: Meteor UI 3rd generation realtime templating engine. Multiple person-years of R&D. Replaces Spark. Rerenders far less frequently. Solves a huge array of issues. Eliminates need for preserve, isolate, constant, landmarks, etc. Broad range of jQuery widgets, etc, will now “just work”. Wednesday, October 2, 13
  • Meteor 1.0 “Andromeda” Big Deal #2: Meteor UI Definite for 1.0 New engine on existing API Possible for 1.0 The powerful new object-oriented template API. Makes it easy to make reusable, configurable widgets. Wednesday, October 2, 13
  • Meteor 1.0 “Andromeda” Big Deal #3: Scaling High performance realtime Mongo connector (Meteor acts as Mongo replication slave) Improved support for load balancing many DDP connections across any number of Meteor server processes Wednesday, October 2, 13
  • Meteor 1.0 “Andromeda” Big Deal #4: Galaxy Galaxy: a complete solution for operating your Meteor apps in the cloud, on your own EC2 boxes. Does for devops what Meteor does for development. “meteor deploy” onto your own servers! It just works. Our first commercial product. Alpha available at 1.0 release. Wednesday, October 2, 13
  • Meteor 1.0 “Andromeda” The Big Stuff Official package system Meteor UI engine Scaling Galaxy Wednesday, October 2, 13
  • Meteor 1.0 “Andromeda” Databases: Only Mongo Wednesday, October 2, 13
  • Meteor 1.0 “Andromeda” DDP: Official version 1 spec Wednesday, October 2, 13
  • Meteor 1.0 “Andromeda” HTTP & REST: Official support for Connect middleware Wednesday, October 2, 13
  • Meteor 1.0 “Andromeda” Server environment: Easy tools for bringing in async Node APIs Wednesday, October 2, 13
  • Meteor 1.0 “Andromeda” Windows: Official port from MDG Maybe Wednesday, October 2, 13
  • Meteor 1.0 “Andromeda” Official testing API: Clean up and document existing tools (tinytest) Maybe Wednesday, October 2, 13
  • Meteor 1.0 “Andromeda” Better publish API: Joins and/or reactivity Maybe Wednesday, October 2, 13
  • Meteor 1.0 “Andromeda” Early Next Year Wednesday, October 2, 13