Happy Saturday!Here's your dose of Meteor news written by Karl Danninger with help from the rest of the team at OK GROW!.
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Blaze Fans, All Systems Go! 🔥
Blaze has finally made its transition into its own repo! The new documentation page is up, and if you're interested, join the slack group.
All you need to know about GraphQL.js 0.7
Jonas walks us through new improvements and updates to GraphQL 0.7.
GraphQL: The next generation of API design
Sashko talks about the misconceptions about GraphQL, coming from a REST background.
Querying a Geographical Database with GraphQL
Abhi gives a great introduction to a simple alternative to Rest APIs. He goes over the pieces you need to get started with GraphQL and built a cool little data source.
Assessing Mobile Meteor Applications
Pete walks us through assessing mobile Meteor apps from a security perspective.
Founders Panel: Designing for Yourself vs. Designing for Millions
Matt Debergalis talks about how Meteor and MDG have grown over time along with other founder panelists.
Abhi and Josh talk about the new Crater, State of JS, React Native tutorial, and some Meteor forum posts
How to Update Your Enterprise Meteor Application to 1.4
Meteor Partners Project Ricochet explain step-by-step the process of upgrading to Meteor 1.4 to take advantage of updated Node and MongoDB support and more.
That's it for this week! If you are interested in getting more involved with your local Meteor community find a meetup near you.If you have any feedback or want to get in touch, just hit reply and we will get back to you as soon as possible.