Webpack is JavaScript module bundler. Webpack takes modules with dependencies and generates static assets representing those modules. Webpack's key features are rooted in extensibility and enabling developers to use best-practices in Web Architecture and Web Performance.


React Without Create-React-App: Setting up a Dev Build From Scratch

How to Create a React Development Build From Scratch. Creating a React app using the create-react-app command can seem like magic.

Why must images be imported for Webpack?

Understanding your build system. As you migrate from legacy, vanilla code systems towards advanced build systems and single-page applications, you may notice some changes that don’t make immediate sense. There are additional steps that are a bit unintuitive, and it’s not clear what problem is being solved. One such difference is that <img src="./file.gif" /> no longer works. You now have to use import image from './file.gif';. Why?

Webpack Crash Course 2020

Webpack Crash Course 2020 - You'll learn why Webpack exists, what problems it solves, and how to use it to create a React application.

How to speed up assets precompile for Ruby on Rails apps

If you spend too much time to deploy your rails project especially on the assets:precompile step, and maybe sometimes you see the following error during the assets precompilation: So for sure, this short article will help you to have 50% improvement only with some minor changes.

Code-splitting in Angular or how to share components between lazy modules

This article will give you a better understanding of how Angular split your code into chunks. If you are scared from Angular CLI output showed above or if you’re curious how that code-splitting actually happens then this post is for you. Code splitting allows you to split your code into various bundles which can then be loaded on demand. If used correctly, can have a major impact on load time. Contents 1. Why should I care? 2. Angular CLI code-splitting under the hood 3. Simple Angular App

Extracting and Hashing Lazy-Loaded CSS in Angular

There is no doubt that we all want our applications to load very fast. To do this, we need to keep the initial bundle size small. Lazy loading is one of the methods we use in this case. We can lazy load some third-party JavaScript files and some CSS files. In this article, we will learn how to lazy load our CSS files and how to extract them with a hash on production build to prevent browser cache.

Webpack (v4) Code Splitting using SplitChunksPlugin

Introduction to code splitting in Webpack v4 and with `import()` function → lazy loading routes in React using React Router v4

Webpack. Полный курс 2020

Webpack. Полный курс 2020 После этого видео вы узнаете, как создавать сборки для любых проектов. Почему курс почти 3 часа? Я расскажу вам обо всем ...

Build tools: Introduction to Webpack

Bootstrap library; JavaScript frameworks like Vue, React or Angular; Animation libraries, etc. So, to build a fairly simple page many thing are added, and in a wider scenario where you are building something for a customer, the app changes from time to time and more things are inserted making its management harder to deal with.

Kubernetes & Gitlab + Webpack VueJS — deploy your app completely

A guide to run your project from initializing apps’s source to deploying and managing it on Kubernetes automatically with Vuejs example. In this post, we will aim to deploy a Vuejs application very QUICKLY using Gitlab and Kubernetes. For more professional, you can using some tools like Helm (k8s package manager), Vault by HashiCorp (to protect sensitive data) and Prometheus — a monitoring and alerting toolkit. OK, let’s in.

Webpack Aliases Keep My Code Sane

Webpack Aliases Keep My Code Sane - How to resolve relative paths cleanly in JavaScript and TypeScript by using webpack aliases.

Reducing JavaScript Bundle Size

Slimming Down Your JavaScript Bundle Size - A critical part for improving frontend performance is to reduce the JavaScript bundle size that should be downloaded via the network. A large part of frontend loading time is spent on executing JavaScript files as well as rendering the page.

react node js full stack tutorial 2 - React with webpack and babel, part 1

This tutorial explains how to set up and run react app with webpack and babel. You will be able to find the following tutorial source code in this github repo

Create A React App With Webpack And Babel

This article will create the react app using webpack and babel configuration. You will learn how to create any react app using webpack and babel.

Webpack: Part-2

In previous blog, we have discussed the concepts of webpack setup and loaders.

react node js full stack tutorial 3 - React with webpack and babel, part 2

This tutorial explains how to set up and run react app with webpack and babel. You will be able to find the following tutorial source code in this github repo.

Using Webpack Module Federation To Share An App Shell

Using Webpack Module Federation To Share An App Shell - Keep modules in sync across different web applications at scale


tsconfig.jsonでmoduleを"CommonJS"以外、(例えばESNextとか)の値にした時に、webpack-dev-serverの実行でエラーが出ます。 // 現象$ webpack-dev-server/Users/xxxxxx/Workspace/exam

My Version Of The Create-React-App

You've probably used the create-react-app utility to get a site up and running quickly. We've heard of webpack or babel, but those terms are ...

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