In previous post I described how to wrap existing npm (especially React-related) packages into Meteor packages to use them in your application.
This way was quite hacky and was involving manual build modification, as well as forking existing libraries and committing build distributions in those forks.
I choose this way as there wasn’t a way to browserify packages on meteor application build step.
That really delighted me when I found that Eli Doran (https://github.com/elidoran) recently wrote custom build plugin that finally enable us to include browserifyed React packages without writing those terrible wrappers!
From now I deprecate my libraries that I ported for Atmosphere package manager and recommend to those who still use wrapped packages move to Browserify with cosmos-browserify library help.
Below I’ll describe how I moved my project from wrapped atmosphere packages to browserifyed components with cosmos-browserify.