When running webpack, it's possible to send a "watch" flag that will watch your project files for any changes and then rebuild them. Find out how this can make the experience of development much smoother.
So let's add a watch command…to our package Jason file.…Great.…So here we have our build command.…Let's also add a watch command…and the watch command is just webpack…with a w flag so two hyphens and a w.…So now if I run npm run watch,…notice that the cursor stays in place.…It doesn't end the process.…
It's still watching and listening for any changes.…So let's make the screen a little bit smaller…and I'm going to make Sublime a little bit smaller too…so that I can make an edit to my index file…and so that we can read it.…
- What is webpack?
- Running webpack from the command line
- Setting up loaders
- Loading CSS
- Compiling SCSS
- Using webpack plugins
Skill Level Intermediate
1. What is webpack?
2. webpack Loaders
3. webpack and CSS
4. webpack Plugins
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