Back to September 2015, he said:
page applications out there. It comes with all the tools you need for
development (Dev-Server tool, build tool, live reload, CSS injection,
pre-compiling, templating engine, client side database, etc), a lot of
packages (+ every other JS library) and a development team, which
constantly improves the core freatures.
Additionally the reactive programming model Meteor templates and
minimongo (Its in-memory DB) use are a real helper to build fast and
clean consistent interfaces.
Here at ethereum use Meteor for our Ðapps (and most of our websites
too) and and i've build already a list of Meteor Ðapp packages that
make building a Ðapp more fun.
But nowadays, you can find very good tutorial and resources to develop dApp in React, Angular or Vue.
In my opinion, the most important point is to have a good understanding of the Ethereum mechanism and the JS library Web3.