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Jolteon vs React on Rails: What are the differences?

Jolteon: Babel/Electron/React/Browserify/Sass application stack. Babel + Electron + React + Browserify + Sass application stack. Gets the stupid work done so you can actually make something; React on Rails: Integration of React + Webpack + Rails using rails/webpacker to build Universal (Isomorphic) Apps (aka Server Rendering). Project Objective: To provide an opinionated and optimal framework for integrating Ruby on Rails with React via the Webpacker gem React on Rails integrates Facebook's React front-end framework with Rails. React v0.14.x and greater is supported, with server rendering. Redux and React-Router are supported as well, also with server rendering, using execJS..

Jolteon and React on Rails can be primarily classified as "Frameworks (Full Stack)" tools.

Jolteon and React on Rails are both open source tools. It seems that React on Rails with 4.32K GitHub stars and 542 forks on GitHub has more adoption than Jolteon with 990 GitHub stars and 43 GitHub forks.

What is Jolteon?

Babel + Electron + React + Browserify + Sass application stack. Gets the stupid work done so you can actually make something.

What is React on Rails?

Project Objective: To provide an opinionated and optimal framework for integrating Ruby on Rails with React via the Webpacker gem. React on Rails integrates Facebook's React front-end framework with Rails. React v0.14.x and greater is supported, with server rendering. Redux and React-Router are supported as well, also with server rendering, using execJS.
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