@catmando FWIW, when I was playing around with react.rb, I was able to do this, which I found to be intention-revealing:
@elia I'm not sure how well Clearwater would work with React, at least not in the same parts of the DOM. The idea behind both virtual DOMs is that they're the only things modifying their part of the DOM tree. Once they start colliding, results are likely unpredictable.
@elia With that said, I think it would be a lot of fun to see if we could make react.rb components work with Clearwater. I'm not sure what that entails yet, though, because React's components are presented with just the class name.