It may be possible in react4j to publish a java component as a react component but not without significant overhead/boilerplate. It is also possible to consume a js react component from within react4j with a little overhead and we built some of our early apps like this. However, react4j's sweet spot is when the majority of the application is written in java.
With gwt-react it is much easier to both consume js components and publish java components ... except for the normal constraints of publishing java to js. My guess is that the sweet spot for gwt-react is for applications that combine js components into a java app but I have never used it in anger.
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