Latency compensation continues to work the same way with Mysql and Postgres?


#1

Hello people!

I have a silly question. Latency compensation continues to work the same way with Mysql and Postgres? Meteor still using minimongo on the client? How it works when I use Mysql or Postgres instead Mongo?

Thanks!


#2
  1. Latency compensation continues to work the same way with Mysql and Postgres? There is no latency compensation built in - you would need to simulate that yourself using client stub methods.
  2. Meteor still using minimongo on the client? Minimongo will still be on the client unless you have explicitly removed it, but it is not strictly a part of the SQL implementations.
  3. How it works when I use Mysql or Postgres instead Mongo? The SQL packages publish data to the client, which subscribes to that publication. The data is returned as an array of objects i.e. not a mongo cursor).