I’m constructing my application using Angular 2 (Angular 2 - Metor) using 1.4.1 and the build/refresh times I am experiencing are dreadful. 20 secs, 30 secs, 1 min, ++ etc. I have yet to experience a fast refresh under a five seconds. At this point, it’s not a big application which concerns me as eventually this application will be large.
I’m running on a mac and I have not touched the meteor installation other than doing a fresh reinstall by deleting the .meteor directory in my home directory and “curling” the latest version (currently on 126.96.36.199). It should be just standard install AFAIK.
I assume there is some sort of package configuration or server setting that may be slowing things down. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to make Meteor build/refresh faster?
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