re: Webpack Basics VIEW POST


I still think that whoever engineered Webpack's configuration objects is an evil mastermind. A powerful and modern tool for web development with an abysmal interface that reminds the horrors of the old Gruntfile's.

It's only natural that so many developers are afraid of it.

Creating a tool on top of Webpack with a sane interface is an idea that's been dancing in my mind for a while now...


Oh yes 🙂
Of course, since I wrote that comment a couple of such web tools appeared for that reason.
Not to mention Parcel, which aims to provide a "zero-config" bundler on top of Webpack.

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