Meteor Roadmap Update - August 4, 2022

We’ve updated the Meteor roadmap!

Check it out to stay tuned on what we’ll be focusing our time on. We also updated the Change how Meteor executes Async code discussion. As you may know, this is our top priority this year. And we are organizing this work into a few releases.

Speaking of priorities, this is a new section that we’ve added to the roadmap.

Our top three priorities are:

  • Change how Meteor executes Async code or Fibers migration.
  • Improve MongoDB stability and new async API support.
  • Improve TypeScript support.

We appreciate more help!
Please reach out to us if you see something you can work on! If you want to help us test these new features, that would be great too!

What are you secretly working on?
We would love to hear from you and add this to our Roadmap! We had a Community section in the last version with just a few items, but we were guessing those.

To give you some examples of this fantastic secret community work that has been done recently, there is the new version of Meteor DevTools Evolved, Meteor Toolbox - VS Code Extension, New router for React and Meteor, and also the release of Meteor Desktop 3.0! Let us know what you are working on so we can support you and you can also get more people from the community involved.

Remember, if you have new feature requests or ideas you should open a new discussion.

Cheers!

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The worst part about Meteor BY FAR is Windows. It takes forever to build, and only having Meteor running takes a huge amount of the CPU. I don’t understand how this is not a priority, it’s been like this for ages. It’s unusable compared to Mac and Linux.