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Getting Started with Meteor.js JavaScript Framework - Second Edition by Isaac Strack

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Deploying your application to Meteor's servers

The folks at Meteor have taken deployment one step further - above and beyond what you'd expect from even a paid product, much less a free one. Meteor allows you to deploy your application directly on their deployment servers. Pick a name for your app (we'll use packt.lendlib, but you'll need to come up with your own) and enter the following command in the terminal:

$ meteor deploy [your app name].meteor.com

So, in our case, we entered meteor deploy packt.lendlib.meteor.com. The console will give you status updates as it bundles, uploads, and deploys your application. Once it's finished, it will give you a message similar to this:

Now serving at [your app name].meteor.com

If you navigate to that ...

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