An example that brings Meteor and React Native together (via Objective-DDP and the React Native Bridge)
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Quick Start

UPDATE: A more clean example using the WebSocket polyfill can be found here https://github.com/hharnisc/react-native-meteor-websocket-polyfill

If you're interested in using the React Native bridge this is still a good example

Note this is an experiment, subject to change. Also here's a post breaking down in more detail what was done, and what is needed for a more smooth developer experience

http://hharnisc.github.io/2015/04/15/react-native-and-meteor.html

This works with the Meteor todos example project.

I'm using Objective-DDP to talk to Meteor (via DDP). The data is passed to the JS runtime with React Native's eventDispatcher.

Install NPM Modules https://docs.npmjs.com/getting-started/installing-node

$ npm install

Install Pods https://cocoapods.org/

$ pod install

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