Catchy title? I hope so! (If not let me know, but first, please continue)
Dear community, I want to prepare my first dev.to article and my intention is to provide an article about why Meteor is not dead at all.
Why? Give me some background!
I started to gather some intel about how the dev-community thinks about Meteor in 2019 with the result of having failed totally
In my original dev.to article (posted at 25th Aug), I asked the following:
This somewhat of a short survey. Please comment first before you start researching the web, no matter if you love it, dropped it, came back to it or never heard of it.
I will not only wrap it up in a follow-up article but also will give you an overview about it’s journey (or better the last four years of it) and current state (the tech, the framework, the community, the company behind it).
The “survey” will last one month and ends on 2019/09/25.
The article received below 100 views, one “love”, two “unicorns” and only one comment so far, stating
a dead framework
Now this is a hard one and I know, that the reasons of this poor perception has already been discussed a thousand times in this forum.
My intend is instead to push on the framework on the dev.to website with a well-structured and sexy article with seven (or 1000?) reasons, why Meteor is not dead and has never been.
I have already some basic structure in mind but I think that asking the community what would be the best to present could result in a much higher content quality.
I forgot to mention, that my initial idea is first to go through seven (or all :-D) of the great milestones of the recent years, based on the Meteor blog articles to show, that the framework and MDG always pioneered the technologies. From there I want to show that there is since the beginning an active and welcoming community and then I want to show examples of where it is in production use.
What do you guys think?