Love the overview. I’m just really picking up React now that Meteor officially supports it and it’s in the LTS plan going forward.
This article is a great, while brief, explanation of how the two tie together, as well as how Angular ties in.
I started with Angular a couple years ago, but I think React is quickly becoming the standard for front-end reactive data control, and I love Meteor for its ease and flexibility.
I appreciate you focusing on the benefits of compartmentalizing your data control and why that is what makes React important in this mix.
I frequently read arguments that it’s Meteor vs. React by people who simply don’t understand Meteor.
This post is refreshing, and spot-on.