React Mounter lets you mount React components to DOM easily with Aphrodite.

Usage no npm install needed!

<script type="module">
  import reactMounterAphrodite from '';


React Mounter Aphrodite

React Mounter Aphrodite lets you mount React components to DOM easily with Aphrodite.

React Mounter Aphrodite supports Server Side Rendering when used with FlowRouter. If you're not using Aphrodite, use react-mounter instead.

React Mounter Aphrodite can work as a simple Layout Manager where you can use with Flow Router.

Basic Usage

Install with:

npm i --save react-mounter-aphrodite react react-dom aphrodite

aphrodite, react and react-dom are peerDependencies of react-mounter-aphrodite. So, you need to install them into your app manually.

Create a component with styles:

import React, { PropTypes } from 'react';
import { StyleSheet, css } from 'aphrodite';

const styles = StyleSheet.create({
  red: {
    backgroundColor: 'red',
    height: '300px',
    '@media (min-width: 400px)': {
      backgroundColor: 'blue',
  random: {
    backgroundColor: 'blue',

const Hello = ({ name }) => (
  <div className={css(}>
    <div className={css(styles.random)}>hello {name()}</div>

Rehyrate style tag on client-side (if you use SSR)

if (Meteor.isClient) {

Mount the component.

import React from 'react';
import Hello from '../hello';
import { mount } from 'react-mounter';

mount(Hello, { name: 'Sam' });

Configure Root DOM node

By default React Mounter render our components into a DOM node called react-root. But, you can configure if by like below:

const {mount, withOptions} from `react-mounter`;
const mount2 = withOptions({
    rootId: 'the-root',
    rootProps: {'className': 'some-class-name'}
}, mount);

mount2(WelcomeComponent, {name: 'Arunoda'});

Server Side Rendering (SSR)

SSR is supported when used with FlowRouter SSR. Checkout this sample app.