Thanks, man!
Ben Kermode
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My pleasure! Yes, it does add a bit of complexity to transpile both the Node.js server and the served browser assets. However, if you’re willing to take the plunge, here is the server webpack config that I use currently:

The template has very specific performance requirements, so you may not need all of the configuration such as the CSS modules. Also, it’s written using webpack-blocks, so please forgive the inconsistency from this article. For the official docs, here’s where webpack mentions multiple targets: https://webpack.js.org/concepts/targets/#multiple-targets

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