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Webpack configurations, and runner. Combine with boldr-dx for an easy universal rendering React application.


Install boldr-dx and boldr-plugin-webpack as development dependencies for your project.

yarn add --dev boldr-dx boldr-plugin-webpack

Create the config with mkdir .boldr && touch .boldr/boldr.js.

Insert the following into the boldr.js file you created.

const path = require('path');
module.exports = {
  env: {
    // everything here will be passed directly to webpack build 
    // using DefinePlugin 
    BUNDLE_ASSETS_FILENAME: 'assets.json',
    BUNDLE_ASSETS_PATH: path.resolve(__dirname, '../public/assets'),
    ASSETS_MANIFEST_PATH: path.resolve(__dirname, '../public/assets/assets.json'),
    ASSETS_DIR: path.resolve(__dirname, '../public/assets'),
    PUBLIC_DIR: path.resolve(__dirname, '../public'),
    SERVER_PORT: 3000,
    DEV_SERVER_PORT: 3001,
  plugins: [require('boldr-plugin-webpack')],
  settings: {
    client: {
      entry: path.resolve(__dirname, '../src/client/index.js'),
      bundleDir: path.resolve(__dirname, '../public/assets'),
      webpackPlugins: {
        development: [
          /* (configuration: Configuration, variables: Object) => typeof WebpackPlugin */
        production: [],
    server: {
      entry: path.resolve(__dirname, '../src/server/index.js'),
      bundleDir: path.resolve(__dirname, '../server'),
      webpackPlugins: {
        development: [],
        production: [],
      vendor:  [

Add the commands to your package.json.

    "build": "NODE_ENV=production boldr-dx build",
    "start": "NODE_ENV=production node server/server.js",
    "dev": "NODE_ENV=development boldr-dx dev",
    "test": "NODE_ENV=test boldr-dx test"