The Structure of Webpack
Webpack’s flexibility is mainly due to its configuration file, which describes how to transform assets of the graphs and what output it should produce. The default config file named webpack.config.js, in which you can set up personalized configuration with entry, output, loaders, plugins, and mode.
An entry point is the beginning of Webpack’s traversal trip for building the dependency graph. Webpack can automatically find out other modules that the entry file relies on.
The output property indicates where to place the bundles it creates and how to name them. The default name for the main output file is ./dist/main.js and the path is ./dist folder.
Plugins perform a wider range of tasks like bundle optimization, asset management, and injection of environment variables.
Webpack can enable build-in optimation corresponding to different models. The default model value is “production”, you can set it to either “development” or “none” also.
What is Webpack
Webpack is a module bundler. Webpack can take care of bundling alongside a separate task runner. Ho...