npm-install-webpack-plugin - Speed up development by automatically installing & saving dependencies with Webpack

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Speed up development by automatically installing & saving dependencies with Webpack. It sucks to Ctrl-C your build script & server just to install a dependency you didn't know you needed until now.

https://github.com/ericclemmons/npm-install-webpack-plugin#readme

Dependencies:

cross-spawn : ^5.0.1
json5 : ^0.5.1
memory-fs : ^0.4.1
resolve : ^1.2.0

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