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Sane React config with Webpack

Going from an empty folder to a living React project can feel like a daunting task. As we pointed out in our precursor, if you have been overwhelmed by certain ejected configs or underwhelmed by zero-config tools, it’s time to learn how to set up pragmatic, powerful and customisable configs. For this, we will be using, but not explaining, Node, npm and the terminal.

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Your frontend, your config

The way frontend is done today, knowing how to configure bundling tools has become as relevant as knowing CSS, HTML and JS. For most of us, the code we write, with or without a framework, involves some level of processing. This is the precursor to our Webpack tutorial. It’s meant to prove a point that the tools used for learning things like React, mostly fail to give an impression of a realistic configuration.

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