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Angular Meteor 1.3, now closer to the standard Meteor API

#Angular Meteor 1.3 released. Read more on the blog:  by @UriGoldshtein #AngularJS #MeteorJS

  • Looking forward we will continue to support and improve Angular 1.x Meteor and Angular 2.0 Meteor to keep Meteor as the best backend for Angular applications.
  • Just like all other wrappers, we would like our users to use Meteor’s API, so instead of using unnecessary wrappers you can use the Meteor API directly.
  • Both Angular 1.x and Blaze developers can start using Angular 2.0 Meteor right now.
  • A new helpers syntax, which lets you use exactly the same syntax as Blaze helpers with the same Meteor code inside.
  • Any reactive functions called inside the anonymous function will cause the subscription to get updates with the new values (that anonymous function is automatically wrapped in a Meteor.autorun ).

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@meteorjs: “#Angular Meteor 1.3 released. Read more on the blog: by @UriGoldshtein #AngularJS #MeteorJS”


I’m excited to announce the release candidate 1.3 for the Angular package. This version is a huge step for working with Angular in the most native and performant way inside Meteor.


Angular Meteor 1.3, now closer to the standard Meteor API

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