Thanks for the response Spencer.
Darren Furr

The major reason is that I’ve been approaching the app as React Native first, and Meteor just happens to be the backend.

This results in me defaulting to the standard React Native tools rather than standard Meteor.

It’s also partially due to the team and team interests.

Lastly, by using Redux it’s super simple to have offline support (redux-storage or redux-persist) vs mini-mongo.

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