From the revery readme:
Revery … does not use native widgets . This means more work for us …"
I was impressed by the revery samples, but I think that the above quote still carries the consequence of fewer kinds of widgets provided by revery so far.
Also from the readme:
If you’re looking for something that does leverage native widgets, check out [briskml].
Because briskml apparently comes from the same nice people who did revery, I tried to get going with it, but it is described in its readme as ‘work in progress’ and as targeting Windows and Apple specifically, and linux is mentioned less. I could not get it to do anything on linux yet.
But the github stars of Revery is great more than ones of Briskml.