I pulled the pin on working in the React/Redux space a few months ago after I became tired of the churn. Things were moving quickly and I found myself spending more time wiring together framework code than writing application code. This kind of thing sneaks up on you.
One glaring ommission was a preconfigured and opinionated build chain. I moved from starter kit to starter kit chasing the latest webpack-livereload-hot-swap-reload shine. Each kit was subtly different to the one before it. Not just their build components either. I missed having agreed-upon file conventions on where to store your actions, reducers, stores, and friends. It made me appreciate the curation provided by the Ember team in their toolchain.