Minor performance boost for AngularJS and Meteor

  • One of my habits when I do JEE development is to always try to run it as close to production state as possible.
  • Switching context to AngularJS, they provide a guide on how to improve performance in production .
  • At the moment there is an undocumented property Meteor.isProduction which is set to true when we use meteor run –production , this is the appropriate flag to set $compileProvider.debugInfoEnabled() .

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One of my habits when I do JEE development is to always try to run it as close to production state as possible. This may mean a longer time for me to do testing because the build and deployment cycles are longer, but at least I am more confident in what I build as a large subset of integration issues would come up by this habit. Switching context to AngularJS, they provide a guide on how to improve performance in production . This is a short post on how to take advantage of it in Meteor.

At the moment there is an undocumented property Meteor.isProduction which is set to true when we use meteor run –production, this is the appropriate flag to set $compileProvider.debugInfoEnabled(). I would generally create a separate JS file that I put directly into the /client folder since it’s not going to get imported by any other module and it’s small enough to not be a bother.


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