sf-live-2017-symfony-webpack - Symfony demo application with a Webpack integration

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This command will start a web server for the Symfony application. Now you can access the application in your browser at http://localhost:8000. You can stop the built-in web server by pressing Ctrl + C while you're in the terminal. This Webpack configuration is very simple, no configuration split between dev and prod env. You can find an advanced configuration here.

https://github.com/alOneh/sf-live-2017-symfony-webpack

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