I’m very grateful for all the work you’ve put in to support the Meteor developer community, Arunoda Susiripala!
I was wondering, though, whether you plan to eventually make this project front-end agnostic at some point (instead of leading users to only walk down the React JS path). You mentioned that you could support Angular (V1?) as well as React; would users be able to drop in other front-end frameworks like Aurelia as well?
(If you’re not familiar with Aurelia, see https://atmospherejs.com/tsumina/meteor-aurelia for one method of integrating Aurelia with Meteor, or visit the Aurelia home page here: http://aurelia.io/)
Spoiler: Aurelia outperforms React.
- See http://blog.durandal.io/2015/12/04/aurelia-repaint-performance-rules/
- And for the implementation of the performance test, see here: http://jdanyow.github.io/aurelia-dbmonster/
- Or for a comparison of React and (an earlier version of) Aurelia, see http://ilikekillnerds.com/2015/03/aurelia-vs-react-js-based-on-actual-use/
To sum up, I was just wondering if you had any thoughts on using your new solution “Mantra”, Meteor, and GraphQL with alternative view layers to React, such as Aurelia?