Understanding webpack from the inside out

webpack is a JavaScript module bundler that has taken the world by storm. This talk by a webpack maintainer covers webpack from the inside-out. You’ll learn how to write custom plugins and leverage this powerful tool to work seamlessly with your tech stack and development workflow.

Talk given by Sean Larkin & Tobias Koppers at ReactConf 2017

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This Post Has 16 Comments

  1. […………………………………….] decision may needed, to be consider later. to clean the net from the control of "PIGS"

  2. Duke He

    could you please provide the PPT?

  3. Justin Kim

    Wait what?? He hasn't actually created a web application so far?

  4. Ptmp727

    This entry point is very confusing when you are working with a large scale modular application where there are multiple modules relying on a few files/libraries and there is no such thing as "Javascript kicking off your application",
    What if I have a modular architecture where I may have separate javascript files for the header, main, footer etc and they all have their own javascript files.
    It is very difficult for me to understand what kicks off the application.

  5. Tekk

    Tobias Koppers, the founder of webpack, codes JS as a hobby and created webpack for a web project he was making for his thesis. So jealous of this kind of genius.

  6. Sumit rai

    can i get the slides used in the videos any one share me any link

  7. Yevgen Gorbunkov

    Want to know about how exactly Webpack works under the hood? Pff, no big deal, all it takes is 20 minutes of your time and one crappy presentation.

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