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How I learnt webpack 3 and created a Jekyll and Webpack boilerplate

#5 — Fifth month of my challenge: 12 topics to learn in 12 months

It’s webpack not Jetpack … but the idea is the same, to give boost!


Learning without mentor is indeed less fun!

The documentation

What is webpack?

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "webpack3"

How did I practice?

Webpack concept

const config = {
entry: './path/to/my/entry/file.js',
output: {
// ...
module: {
rules: [
// ...
plugins: [
// ...

module.exports = config;
import defaultMember from "module-name";
import { member } from "module-name";
import "module-name";
import "style.css";
import myLogo from 'images/logo.png';
module.exports = {
module: {
rules: [
{ test: /\.css$/, use: 'css-loader' },
test: /\.js$/,
exclude: /(node_modules|bower_components)/,
use: {
loader: 'babel-loader',
options: {
presets: ['env']

What else did I learn?

The creation of the Jekyll wepack boilerplate

What is Jekyll

The requirements of the boilerplate

The implementation

Writing documentation

Creating a logo

Here is the beautiful and simple logo!

The final performance test

SConférenciers made with Jekyll
SConférenciers made with Jekyll webpack boilerplate (with PWA generated)

The final result

Feedback from this learning month

What went well

What to improve

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Hello, I’m Sandoche Adittane. I learn about one topic every month and write a post about it!