webpack:hot-load must be new huh?
One big question to me is whether it’s convenient to customize webpack however you want with that package, especially manage multiple webpack configs, as it’s important to have different configs for dev and production.
Also, does it use Webpack to bundle the server-side code as well? This is a major feature of
I won’t lie, I prefer to see Meteor become just another collection of npm packages to be required into a project rather than almost forcing you to use its package system and web server. So I’m trying to crusade against packages that perpetuate that dependency.
@SkinnyGeek1010 I’m definitely fine with using React 0.14, though I haven’t tried it yet. At the very least we could make it a branch for now.
And by the way everyone, I recently created a
meteor-immutable-observer package for automatically updating Immutable.js collections from
Mongo.Cursor.observe/observeChanges in an efficient way. It’s a very easy way to get performance gains with pure render components. I’m starting to use it with Redux in my own project. It’s in the early stages and may still have some kinks to work out, but feel free to give it a try!