The core of Meteor has always been its advanced yet easy to use data system, which makes it very easy to efficiently publish reactive data. Looking around, it’s clear to us that many developers across the wider software community – for example, apps that use a combination of Angular and Spring, or React and Rails – have similar needs. We’re eager to bring that technology to a broader array of apps, and we’re also excited to upgrade Meteor with better control over reactivity, support for more data sources and clients, and enhanced productivity for developers.
Last month, we released our first desktop application to rave reviews. After several improvements and the release of the Windows version, we’re pulling back the curtain to reveal how we built the app. Click to continue
There's plenty of new features in MongoDB 3.2 and a lot to take in, especially as with many of them, it's not what they do but what they don't do that leads to the best understanding of them. So...
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