Just small question: isn’t using “actions: bindActionCreators(Actions, dispatch)” breaks the whole idea of container/component approach? Since you are using connect it actually creates another component for you, which is called a container, but for me it seems that you don’t have the presentational components, cause they are not dumb (meaning they know the logic of your app).
Would be good if you put the files tree and file names for each file. Except that, colors is not recognized anymore by webpack v2 in devServerschema and we now have to use babel-loader instead of babel. Other than that, still one of the best tutorials out there for using webpack-dev-server with Hot Module Replacement.
@MichaelCafe I was speaking about AngularJS + Onsen UI + Meteor, but I haven’t made any app like that myself. I just answered some questions of other users who were making it and wrote in this post the problems they found.
@yankeeinlondon As I mentioned in the post, we will release a guide on making bindings for other frameworks in some time. We need to work on this API first to make it easy to extend. I’d like to see bindings for Ember.js as well
@fran-diox: Sure, I understand where you’re coming from. Just a little disappointed that the one article that mentions both Onsen UI and Angular 2 RC.5 doesn’t manage to demonstrate as much as an ons-button. “You had one job!” haha… just playing, It’s early days Looking forward to your future tuts.