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Meteor: Full-Stack Web Application Development by Marcelo Reyna, Isaac Strack, Fabian Vogelsteller

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Deploying to Meteor using a CNAME redirect

Deploying to Meteor test servers is all well and good, but what if you want to use your own custom domain name? The folks at Meteor have created a simple way for you to do just that. This recipe will show you how to take advantage of this simple, yet powerful feature.

Getting ready

You will need to create a CNAME redirect to origin.meteor.com on the hosting service where your domain is registered. How to do this varies pretty widely, so consult your hosting service's knowledge base on the exact steps. For this recipe, we'll use the cPanel interface of a hosting service for the packtpub.com domain.

Enter the subdomain you wish to use in your CNAME redirect (for example, meteor.packtpub.com) and set the redirect ...

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