APM for Meteor App

Performance monitoring not working for meteor application. Should it not just work like any other Node.js app?

Edited: The meteor app is using express in the back-end so apm does work with it automatically. I just had to make sure it is the first module that gets loaded when my application starts.

I'm not an expert on Meteor apps, but if I recall correctly, the frontend communicate with the backend using WebSockets?

If so, the agent will not be able to create meaningful transactions. All spans will however be created correctly. But since there will not be a meaningful span to attach them to, it's not going to be very useful.

I suggest you use the Custom Transactions API in the agent to manually create transactions that make sense in your use-case.

If you decide to go down this road, I'd be very interested in your results and experience. So please keep me updated.

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