webpack-starter-kit - Baseline configuration for Webpack

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Takes HTML, CSS, and JS files (web/) and compiles them (public/) using Webpack. This is the webpack.config.js that I usually start with in new projects.If you're allergic to downloaded Bash scripts, check the simple installer.

https://github.com/rstacruz/webpack-starter-kit

Dependencies:

babel-core : 6.26.0
babel-loader : 7.1.2
babel-preset-env : 1.6.0
clean-webpack-plugin : 0.1.16
copy-webpack-plugin : 4.0.1
css-loader : 0.28.7
extract-text-webpack-plugin : 3.0.0
normalize.css : 7.0.0
postcss-browser-reporter : 0.5.0
postcss-cssnext : 3.0.2
postcss-import : 11.0.0
postcss-loader : 2.0.6
postcss-reporter : 5.0.0
style-loader : 0.18.2
stylelint : 8.1.1
stylelint-config-standard : 17.0.0
webpack : 3.6.0
webpack-dev-server : 2.8.2
webpack-livereload-plugin : 0.11.0

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