You can start testing Meteor 1.3.3 now! As the post describes, this update is a little more conservative than the 1.4 update, but is a necessary step towards that release. Moving forward, it will now be easier to distinguish between Meteor-specific bugs and bugs related to Node/Mongo. Meteor 1.3.3 contains lots of improvements which you can check out Meteor 1.3.3 on Github. Keep an eye on Meteor 1.4 on Github as well.
This is a guest post written by Gina Miller that recaps a hackathon that took place in Houston. They built a mobile app that helps track pediatric clinic locations. They successfully deployed their app to the Apple App Store after 10 grueling hours of coding!
Paul Dowman of OK GROW! walks through how to set up Semaphore with Galaxy! As a company, we recently switched from using Heroku which we've become really good at automating through the years. Heroku is a mature platform that's been around for ages. Galaxy is fresh and not as full featured, but we believe that it is the best place to deploy your Meteor apps! Continuous Integration is very important to us, so here is how we set up our favorite CI with Galaxy!