January 27, 2015
Meteor, Volt, and webalchemy frameworks run on top of databases, so they’re
ultimately constrained by the realtime functionality and scalability of
existing database systems. We’ve been collaborating with the Meteor team to
ensure our design will work well with these and other similar projects. A few
community members have been working on a RethinkDB integration with Meteor and
Volt, and we expect robust integrations to become available in the coming
… RethinkDB API on the front-end
Somewhere around 2016 - Meteor adds official support for RethinkDB, Postgres and MySQL just like people wanted it for ages. People are happy. Somewhere around 2017 - Meteor switches default db from Mongo to RethinkDB. People go into rage.
But seriously, can’t wait for RethinkDB in Meteor.