Try running command
meteor-now -d to see what step it fails at. Essentially, the build step is
meteor build so try running that on its own to see if it works. Sorry for late reply.
Sorry for late reply. Not sure if you solved the problem but the issue was probably related to `now`. Make sure you’re on the latest version of now. Another handy thing is to deploy with
meteor-now -d to see detailed log.
Hey sorry for missing your comment. Looks like an issue with
now. Make sure you have the latest version of now installed and run again with
meteor-now -d. If you haven’t done so already, file an issue if the problem still happens.
Try running the command with `meteor-now -d` to see output. Also, make sure to have the latest versions of now, meteor-now and meteor as well. The first step essential calls the `meteor build` command. File an issue on github with log output if possible.
Thanks Arunoda Susiripala. Yes, we’re looking forward to the sticky session feature as well. Another feature we’re keeping our eye on is the ability to customize scaling which would mean that deployments with the included MongoDB should be able to persist data if we can disable scaling.
Hey great article. I’ve also been using NextJS and like it’s simplicity. Actually I like the simplicity of all ZEIT products that a buddy of mine and I ended up creating a tool to let you deploy Meteor using now. We call it meteor-now. You can see more info at www.meteor-now.com. I wrote a post about it here if you’re interested. Essentially it let’s you deploy a Meteor app by just typing the command meteor-now.