I wish I could agree, but upgraing to 1.3 caused me so many problems on mobile that rendered iOS and android apps useless for two different reasons…
The iOS app got pat the launch screen and then hung on “fetching data…” (i.e. the subscriptions clearly weren’t receiving data) The xCode error messages spit out something like “navigation type not allowed”. Tell me about Meteor 1.3 “just working”, because it definitely didn’t.
On Android, the problem is more subtle. Basically, it gets past the launch screen and fetches the data… and then “hot code reloads” 5 seconds later. This process is repeated over and over again even though I’m not pushing any more code.
Whereas with Meteor 1.2, my apps run perfectly on iOS and Android and Hot code actually works. The only successful way I can see upgrading to 1.3 is by
meteor create blankApp, and slowly convert it to my app.
@martijnwalraven you say hot code push is more reliable? Looks like a ton of meteor users seem to disagree. Apparently hot code push simply doesn’t work on android? Yeah – not going to take that risk. I can tell you right now that it works on Meteor 1.2