B.C.’s Tiny has acquired Meteor, a popular open source app and development platform overseen by San Francisco’s Apollo.

Using a single codebase, Meteor’s JavaScript App Platform radically simplifies coding for developers building reactive, multi-device experiences for servers, browsers, and mobile devices.

“I’m grateful to welcome the Tiny team as the new corporate stewards of the Meteor platform. They have a proven track record of taking great brands, reinvesting in them, and supporting them through to their next phase of growth. Tiny’s plans to invest in Meteor and Galaxy make this exciting news for the Meteor community.” said Geoff Schmidt, CEO at Apollo.

With support from Apollo, Tiny will collaborate closely with the existing team to transition project leadership and pair their deep knowledge of the platform with Tiny’s ambitious plans.

“We’re excited to build on the momentum that Meteor and the open source community around it has created, and are thrilled to invest in the future of such an iconic platform,” added Tiny’s Andrew Wilkinson.

The Tiny group of companies isn’t so tiny. Tiny oversees a group of companies that include MetaLab, Dribble, Mealime, Flow, and Pixel Union, representing over 300 employees and tens of millions in revenue.