Chris Klug is a software developer and architect at tretton37 in Stockholm, Sweden. He has spent the better part of his life solving problems by writing software, and he loves the creative side of coding as well as the challenges it continuously provides. He also spends a significant amount of his time presenting at developer conferences around the world–something that has apparently caught Microsoft’s attention as they have awarded him Microsoft MVP for seven years running. But when asked, he has no problem admitting that he would much rather be kite-boarding on a nice beach or having one of his tattoos extended than playing with his computer.
As our web development code moves further and further towards the front-end, with the browser becoming a host for running complex programs, and not just show information, the need for managing our front-end resources becomes bigger…and harder. There are several ways to do this, but currently it seems as though webpack is the way that people are gravitating towards.
In this session, you will get a basic introduction to how webpack works, the concepts behind it, and how to get started playing around with it. The topic is too big to make you an expert in an hour, but hopefully you will walk out understanding concepts well enough to both start configuring your own bundles, as well as be able to understand most of the stuff you see in the more complicated bundle configurations you will run across.
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