Earlier this year, Google announced that Googlebot had started to render web pages using a modern browser instead of just looking at HTML. I did an experiment on this with a Meteor app, here are the results.
We are also ready for the Meteor Day even though we don't host an official meetup. So, let me tell you, what we're up to.
Meteor is reaching version 1.0 and stabilizing its APIs and that's great news. So I decided to do a load test on Meteor to identify its CPU usage.
Last weekend, I was able to spend enough time on hacking meteor specially to understand the state of the Server Side Rendering (SSR). Let's see what I've done.
Meteor is one of the few frameworks to use MongoDB oplog even though oplog is not an official MongoDB API. So this article is for Meteor developers. I'd like to show what oplog is and explain the ways to add oplog support to a Meteor app.
If you've ever looked at a Kadira trace, you should've seen the waitTime. In this article, I'll explain to you about the waitTime and how you can manage it.