react-packages - Meteor packages for a great React developer experience

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Meteor packages for a great React developer experience

https://github.com/meteor/react-packages#readme
https://github.com/meteor/react-packages

Dependencies:

eslint : ^2.2.0
eslint-plugin-react : ^4.0.0
eslint-config-airbnb : ^6.0.2

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