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    flexbuilder

    0.0.0 • Public • Published

    FlexBuilder

    • A module bundler, ESNext builder and development tool, using webpack, babel and nodemon

    Installation

    yarn add --dev flexbuilder or npm install --dev flexbuilder

    Install all necessary peer dependencies. Except react and react-dom, the rest should be installed as dev dependencies.

    Usage

    Add a build.js file at the root

    build.js

    process.on('unhandledRejection', (reason, p) => { throw reason });
     
    require('babel-polyfill');
    const builder = require('flexbuilder').default;
    const argv = require('yargs').argv;
     
    builder({
        root: __dirname,
        dev: !!argv.dev,
        // options documented below
    });

    Add these scripts to the package.json file:

    package.json

    {
        "scripts": {
            "dev": "node ./build --dev",
            "build": "node ./build"
        }
    }

    If you have symlinked modules in your project (only during development), add node's --preserve-symlinks flag to the commands above.

    package.json (for symlinked modules)

    {
        "scripts": {
            "dev": "node --preserve-symlinks ./build --dev",
            "build": "node --preserve-symlinks ./build"
        }
    }

    Options

    Name Required Description
    root Yes Root of the project. Use __dirname
    dev Yes Should run in dev mode? It's best to use !!argv.dev
    start Yes if target is an app and server code needs to be run in dev mode relative path to the distribution server file
    library Yes if target is a library Name of the library
    sources Yes { server: {}, client: {} } Each key in the server or client object is used as the destination file name. Each value is a relative path to the source directory
    alias No { server: {}, client: {} } Aliases to be used to resolve modules on the server and/or client. It's best to use require.resolve instead of an absolute path here.
    define No { server: {}, client: {} } Use to define any extra compile-time variables.
    devServerPort Yes if using webpack dev server You must explicitly provide a port for webpack dev server

    Install

    npm i flexbuilder

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    Version

    0.0.0

    License

    UNLICENSED

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    Collaborators

    • flexverse