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Hello there, I've been using angular-meteor for the past +2 years, but in the last months I'm having the impression that the project is dying... the official site that contains the documentation has not a single line about newer versions of meteor and the stuff there is as old as the first releases of angular-meteor...
I would like to understand if this is the same point of view that you have and also would like to discuss about possible solutions to migrate from angular-meteor to a more de-coupled solution, like building angular with ng and using the built assets with raw meteor, without intermediate processes or code manipulation...
I recently did the same as @portah and decoupled an Angular6 / Meteor project so I can build the client using Angular CLI tools and build my Meteor server in the normal way. This is a relatively large application and I had been dreading the de-coupling work and had assumed that it would take days. But in fact it only took a few hours to get everything working with reliable AOT + tree shake builds on the Angular side.
I was thinking of creating a seed project with decoupled Meteor + Angular, lazy-loading Angular routes, AOT/tree-shake, and some Dockerfile configs to build the whole project into a couple of Docker images with the Angular build and other static content served by nginx. Would this be interesting to anyone?
4) ydn db
Links for reference
Please kindly suggest which one to go...
Basically have a cross platform system which accepts huge files and finally does a full text search...
In this way, the user just needs the browser no installation is required......