Can Meteor satisfy my requirements?


#1

I’m in love with meteor for months, but i didn’t start to learn because my job, and i was learning Laravel so one step at time, so at this time, i just saw some Quickstart, some Case uses and examples.

I’m working on a Startup related to Logistics and we have a web application where clients see statistics, export some reports, see some charts, nothing from the other world, but the strongest part here is the backend, because here is where i do all the “magic”.

Now, the project that i was working is almost done, and i’m planning the version 2 of this project and i want to migrate to some Meteor (first i was thinking in a MEAN stack, but later i meet Meteor).

I want to know if Meteor is a good choice and if it will not have some things that i can’t do. For example: I need to have some ACL Support, someway to consume another API (from server side), if the most complex DB Queries are supported, etc. In resume, i want to know if Meteor can support a large business application with complex backend side and “regular” user interface.

PS I hope i made a point here, i’m from Chile so i speak spanish and i try to do my best with english.


#2

To know if Meteor is a good choice is to start experiment and come back with specific issues.

As for database performance, you may want to try TokuMX as a drop-in replacement of MongoDB 3, especially useful for compressing data and lighter CPU load. Give that some testing and you will probably know if Meteor fit it.


#3

Thanks for the reply. I know my question is “kind of global” but what i want to know if somebody has made some big application here. I want to experiment but you know, bosses don’t understand when we “experiment” with something.


#4

Thanks proyb2 for pointing towards TokuMX. I was unaware of their offerings. Could you also please point to some helpful posts related to TokuMX while using meteor?


#5

I’m unaware of Tokumx too.

Like VoltDB which the founder formally from PosgreSQL, extremely fast.