Meteor-React-Ionic Mobile App Part 1: The Basic Template
Sam Corcos

This seems like a very convoluted way of doing something that Meteor already does just fine.

I’m not sure if you missed the boat in Meteor over the last 6 months or something, but you don’t have to shoehorn in React support – it’s already part of meteor.

As far as React router over iron, the benefits are debatable but this is easily added through some package additions that don’t break basic Meteor functionality.

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