Now that we know already about Meteor's build process and folder structure, we will take a closer look at what we can do with the command-line tool that Meteor provides.
As we saw when using the
meteor command, we need to be inside a Meteor project so that all actions will be performed on this project. For example, when we run
meteor add xxx, we add a package to the project where we are currently in.
If Meteor releases a new version, we can simply update our project by running the following command:
$ meteor update
If we want to go back to a previous version, we can do this by running the following command:
$ meteor update –-release 0.9.1
This would set our project back to release version 0.9.1.