Important note: I am not using Meteor anymore, though I still follow it’s development because I might use it again in the future. I’m using Node now.
I think Meteor’s use-case and unique selling point has been the easy setup as a build tool (and also for oldschool DDP stuff everything works out of the box). So even without using the Meteor stack with accounts system, etc. Meteor would be a good deal, since you can easily run projects.
Now with Webpack 4 they’ve greatly improved getting started with it, so I wonder how you see Meteor’s USP at this point?
Given that Webpack 4 is a lot more out of the box than before but at the same time you can still configure the shit out of it, what you can’t really do with Meteor (which drove me away from it actually when I needed configurability) I think there has to be more, no? What does Meteor offer at this point compared to Webpack 4?