💰 Meteor products that make money

It looks like our codebase. :+1: :rocket:

So many successful products, it’s really inspiring to see. Perhaps, if we sum up the portfolio of profitable businesses enabled by Meteor, we’ll be looking at billions of dollars worth of economical assets generated by this ecosystem! and it’s not just static sites or data layers but entire products end-to-end powered by it.

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Here is ours currently

meteor-base@1.4.0
mobile-experience@1.1.0
static-html
typescript@3.7.6
zodern:standard-minifier-js@4.0.0-beta.5
standard-minifier-css@1.6.0
fourseven:scss
server-render@0.3.1
promise@0.11.2
es5-shim@4.8.0
ecmascript@0.14.3
accounts-password@1.6.0
email@1.2.3
dynamic-import
npdev:react-loadable@1.0.0-beta.3

# GraphQL / Apollo Stuff
swydo:graphql
apollo

# bundle-visualizer 
leveluptuts:auth-cookie
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ostr.io — web services is grossing enough to cover self expenses and partly fund our open source contributions under ostrio namespace.

Our services often used by Meteor-powered webapps, as initially it was built for Meteor and focused on JavaScript powered websites.

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Here is mine :

meteor-base@1.4.0             # Packages every Meteor app needs to have
mongo@1.10.0                   # The database Meteor supports right now
reactive-var@1.0.11            # Reactive variable for tracker
tracker@1.2.0                 # Meteor's client-side reactive programming library

standard-minifier-css@1.6.0   # CSS minifier run for production mode
es5-shim@4.8.0                # ECMAScript 5 compatibility for older browsers.
ecmascript@0.14.3              # Enable ECMAScript2015+ syntax in app code

accounts-password@1.6.0
accounts-base@1.6.0
check@1.3.1
audit-argument-checks@1.0.7
browser-policy@1.1.0

matb33:collection-hooks@1.0.1
alanning:roles@3.2.2
static-html@1.1.12_1
mdg:validated-method
ddp-rate-limiter@1.0.7
shell-server@0.5.0
email@1.2.3
percolate:migrations
reywood:publish-composite
dynamic-import@0.5.2
aldeed:collection2@3.0.0
react-meteor-data
tmeasday:publish-counts
edgee:slingshot
ostrio:logger
ostrio:loggermongo
ostrio:loggerconsole
qualia:mapped-collection
qualia:lasr
didericis:callpromise-mixin
ccorcos:subs-cache
force-ssl@1.1.0
session@1.2.0
montiapm:agent
zodern:standard-minifier-js
littledata:synced-cron
staringatlights:inject-data
okgrow:analytics
seba:method-hooks
http@1.4.2
lamhieu:unblock
autoupdate@1.6.0
simple:rest-method-mixin
simple:rest-bearer-token-parser
simple:rest-json-error-handler
meteortesting:mocha
xolvio:cleaner

Would be happy to have those is this thread

Hi,
Wekan is Open Source kanban, made with Meteor 1.10.2:
https://wekan.github.io

At that website is link to Roadmap. Those at lists TOP PRIORITY and URGENT are
all prepaid and postpaid current In Progress Open Source Wekan work with amounts of money at those cards mentioned. All that Open Source work goes to master branch of https://github.com/wekan/wekan

I do provide Commercial Support for Wekan https://wekan.team/commercial-support/ , for example features/fixes/support.

Some other bounties are at BountySource https://wekan.team/bounties/ so for example someone else is currently doing CSV import/export.

Also there is link to ChangeLog, where you see all changes.

BR,
xet7
Maintainer of Wekan since 2016-12

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I am working in the start-up OpTuNE (www.optune.me) and it’s partner product ONESCREENER (www.onescreener.com). Both developed with Meteor & React and both provide revenue (> 1k/m) :sunglasses:
In my opinion the Meteor framework evolved over the last three years to become one of the great players to create web applications. I still love to work with it. Thanks :grin:

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Nice job!

Hera in Finland, i’m working with these
https://app.tavata.events Meteor+ReactJS (www.tavata.events)
https://app.qualitydesk.com (MeteorJS + Blaze) (www.qualitydesk.com)
https://nippu.eu Meteor+ReactJS

  • several other projects what im doing that are not published yet. Mostly MeteorJS+React + GraphQL (sometimes)
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It’s fascinating to see so many profitable products being built on Meteor.

So, a question I have is what are some of the best practices in terms of running Meteor in production y’all follow?

Are you self-hosted or do you use services like Galaxy, Atlas, etc.?

For anyone seriously looking at Meteor for a production-grade app in 2020, what’s a basic playbook to follow per your experience?

There’s a lot of material out there that’s dated and tends to be pretty disjointed, so might be good to “refresh” this as well to take advantage of the momentum around Meteor building up at the moment.

I know this deserve it’s own thread, but I’d like to start off here and then based on input move it into another thread.

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It’s great if you change your meteor training

You can try our https://montiapm.com/

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What happened to Meteor using MongoDB’s change streams?

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I haven’t used it yet, but I think RedisOplog solves these issues. Is that correct?

Not sure what “make money” is as a definition but we’re in alpha with the first paying customer since 24/4/2020. We’re covering our infrastructure cost now as we sold 6 months subscriptions (albeit at a discounted price).

Otherwise we’re still in Production Hell though there seems to be a bright light shining at us in the last two days. Just not sure if it’s an oncoming train (of new challenges) or the end of the tunnel and the opportunity to open up to more customer.

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Level Up Tutorials is what really got me going with meteor, and I’ve built some really fun stuff with Meteor since then. I have not made the jump from Blaze to React or Angular or Vue (though I have dabbled with Vue), but Blaze makes it so simple…Anyway, Excellent work on Level Up Tutorialss!

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For those who are profitable, I’d highly suggest you denote to the open source Meteor developers.

At the end of the day, they’re supporting the foundation your business is running on.

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Would you mind elaborating on the issues you encountered with yalc ? I’m trying to set up a monorepo project that contains Meteor apps and it’s not a very nice experience so far.

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I’ve also had no luck with monorepo setups and Meteor. Mostly using Lerna

First of all, this is an awesome post!

Second, Edabit is making good money. Not going to go into detail, but it’s doing very well.

Meteor is absolutely amazing!!!

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That landing page took a while to load, on a 200Mbps connection… If I weren’t a Meteor fan, I might’ve closed the tab.

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Try ours, please: [https://www.yourdna.family/](http://Your DNA family)

Screenshot 2020-08-02 at 01.10.08