Meteor (web framework)
|Developer(s)||Meteor Development Group|
|Initial release||January 20, 2012|
1.5 / May 31, 2017
Meteor is developed by the Meteor Development Group. The startup was incubated by Y Combinator and received $11.2M in funding from Andreessen Horowitz in July 2012. It plans to become profitable by developing a hosting environment for Meteor apps to sell to large organizations.
In October 2014, Meteor Development Group acquired Y Combinator alumni FathomDB, with the goal of expanding Meteor's database support.
In October 2015, Meteor Development Group announced Galaxy. A cloud platform for operating and managing Meteor applications.
- Coleman, Tom; Greif, Sacha - Discover Meteor (2014)
- Hochhaus, Stephan; Schoebel, Manuel - Meteor in Action (2014)
- Müns, Philipp - Auditing Meteor Applications (2016)- link does not exist anymore -
- Susiripala, Arunoda - Bulletproof Meteor (2014)
- Susiripala, Arunoda - Meteor Explained - A Journey Into Meteor’s Reactivity (2014)
- Earliest known 0.1 release
- "Meteor releases". GitHub. Retrieved 31 May 2017.
- Vanian, Jonathan (27 December 2014). "Meteor wants to be the warp drive for building real-time apps". Gigaom.
- Tan, Garry. "Meteor (YC S11) raises $11.2M from Andreessen Horowitz and Matrix Partners to create the next Ruby on Rails". Y Combinator.
- Skybreak is now Meteor
- Meteor: Etherpad Founder & Other Rockstars Team Up To Make Web App Development A Breeze
- Lardinois, Frederic (2014-10-07). "Meteor Acquires YC Alum FathomDB For Its Development Platform". TechCrunch.
- DeBergalis, Matt (2015-10-05). "Announcing Meteor Galaxy". Meteor Blog. Retrieved 2017-02-03.
- Coleman, Tom; Grief, Sacha. Discover Meteor.
- Hochhaus, Stephan; Schoebel, Manuel (2014). Meteor in Action. Manning. ISBN 9781617292477.
- Müns, Philipp (2016). Auditing Meteor Applications. Just Meteor.
- Susiripala, Arunoda. "Bulletproof Meteor". Meteorhacks.
- Susiripala, Arunoda. "Meteor Explained - A Journey Into Meteor’s Reactivity". Meteorhacks.
- Turnbull, David (30 July 2014). Your First Meteor Application.