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Allows the creation of multiple bundles with one configuration. Kinda like the multi-compiler but where it concerns imports of a specific file extension. And obviously this module gives you crazy performance and will reduce your bundling time compared to the multi-compiler.Note This module has been developed with and for webpack v1.13.1. It may not work correctly with other versions.
webpack-assets gem is a lightweight webpack-Rails integration. It provides the necessary view helpers to completely replace Rails Asset Pipeline with webpack. Any custom webpack configuration should be supported if it satisfies the assumptions described in the corresponding section.use_server - whether webpack dev server is being used (Rails.env.development? by default).
parallel-webpack allows you to run multiple webpack builds in parallel, spreading the work across your processors and thus helping to significantly speed up your build. For us at trivago it has reduced the build from 16 minutes to just 2 minutes - for 32 variants. That performance improvement naturally comes at the expense of utilizing all available CPU cores.You can choose whether to install parallel-webpack globally or locally. At trivago, we keep our build tools locally to the project so that we have full control over its versions.
We will continue supporting ng2-admin version, but if you are starting from scratch we recommend using ngx-admin version. Unfortunately, there is no way to update from ng2-admin to ngx-admin, but some parts (Nebular components) could be manually included.This template is based on Nebular framework, documentation and other useful articles could be found here.
To be able to keep up with the latest updates in development community I started developing with ES6. For front end modules bundling up your JS modules with (webpack)[webpack.github.io] is great. Being able to write ES6 and bundling up your ES6 code with webpack is even better !