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awesome-webpack is a HTML library typically used in Awesome, Awesome List, Webpack applications. awesome-webpack has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.

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              awesome-webpack has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 4546 star(s) with 363 fork(s). There are 123 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 6 months.
              There are 2 open issues and 15 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 18 days. There are 19 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of awesome-webpack is current.

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              awesome-webpack has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.

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              awesome-webpack has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              awesome-webpack code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
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              awesome-webpack is licensed under the CC0-1.0 License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

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            Community Discussions


            Piping module scanning all unrelated files
            Asked 2019-Apr-22 at 05:59

            My application was running fine until last week when I start running it in development mode (webpack hot development) as usual; It starts scanning files that have never changed and kept reloading the project. Recently, it got even worse - start crawling into my node_modules folder and reloading by each file, and eventually crashed.

            It has never happened before until recently, and I have no idea what caused it to behave like that suddenly.

            command prompt logs



            Answered 2019-Apr-22 at 05:59

            The only method that works so far for me is: Reformat the computer.

            My assumption is that it was related to the conflict process with other programmes in my computer (saw error regarding PID - process identifier in the logs).

            I decided to reformat my computer and reclone it to test it out; now the error doesn't show up anymore and the piping works great again.



            Fullcalendar callback on mobile devices
            Asked 2018-Dec-09 at 11:18

            I want to add fullcalendar to my project. In general almost everything works as expected. But now I'm facing with an issue that appears only on mobile devices. When I click on some row in a day view, dayClick and select callbacks should be fired. And on desktop they do. But on Android Chrome nothing happens until I change day, month or view type (from day to month). So all this callbacks are fired when new view is rendered.

            I've tried to debug. And on the desktop after I click on the timeslot, DragListener.prototype.endInteraction is called with event type 'mouseup'. On the mobile this function is called only when I switch the view. It looks like touch event is recognized as a dragging or scrolling. Only "click" outside of timeslots - for example "next day" button is recognized as touch event.

            It's hard to replicate this issue on the jsfiddle. Because even the example from fullcalendar site is working as expected. But maybe this is known problem or someone have had similar issue?




            Answered 2018-Dec-09 at 11:18

            It turned out that Angular Material 1.1.10 interfere with fullcalendar. It overrides touch handling in some way. And event is recognized as mousedown instead of touchstart.

            Solution is to remove all pointer events from:



            Unable bundle a less file due to a less-loader error
            Asked 2018-Sep-22 at 14:17

            webpack 3.5.5, less 3.8.1, less-loader 4.1.0, angularjs 1.6.9

            I'm trying to build a bundle. Everything works well until I import a less file in one of the angularjs components.



            Answered 2018-Sep-22 at 14:17

            The official documentation says to write rule for loading of less files like this:



            Not able to Quick Start on Theia
            Asked 2018-Sep-20 at 10:12

            I am trying to create PoC using theia. Going through

            Running it on Ubuntu 16.04. git clone is done. But when I am trying to run yarn; I am getting following errors:



            Answered 2018-Sep-20 at 10:12

            This is actually not solved by me but by @kittaakos ( guys who have created this awesome platform theia)

            So, to summarize :

            1. Make sure your VM has enough RAM like 4 GB.. It might even work with 2 GB. So, if you are getting exit code 137; try upgrading RAM.
            2. It works like a charm on Node.js 8.11.4
            3. By default it starts on localhost for security considerations. If you want it to be exposed via external IP; use

            $ yarn run start --hostname



            Use font-awesome in a Vue app created with vue-cli webpack
            Asked 2018-Sep-09 at 18:32

            I'm trying to use the font-awesome in a simple Vue app created with vue-cli using the webpack-simple template, but this is being tricky.

            I installed font-awesome using npm install font-awesome --save and imported it in my entry js (main.js)



            Answered 2017-Jan-08 at 20:08

            It seems you need to include a loader for .css in your webpack configuration:



            Using jvectormap with webpack
            Asked 2018-Mar-23 at 14:47

            I'm trying to using the jvectormap with webpack to develop some web applications.

            However, I can show the vector map in normally.

            But the zoom function is not working.

            Here is my index.js:



            Answered 2018-Mar-23 at 14:47

            I tried with your code and use the file jquery-jvectormap-world-mill-en I get from github. But it seem working fine. Could you provide also your package.json?

            EDIT: Try to remove options: { presets: ['es2015']} If you don't use ES6. If you want to use babel to transform, try to follow



            Webpack 2 issues with Semantic UI
            Asked 2017-Jun-27 at 11:20

            Been struggling to get semantic-ui setup using Webpack 2. I a few errors relating to the fonts in the default semantic-ui theme and another error regarding image-webpack-loader:



            Answered 2017-Feb-19 at 16:29

            Hopefully this will point you in the right direction even though its not a complete solution. As I mentioned I spent a ridiculous amount of time trying to get Semantic-UI working with Webpack 2. I'm using the Webpack template from vue-cli for a VueJS project. I tried stripping the Vue configuration out of the template to get an example that was framework agnostic but that didn't go well.

            It looks like you might just be trying to get Semantic-UI CSS setup, and not their JS components. All the additions I made to the Vue Webpack template are related to JS, basically just to include jQuery for Semantic-UI. So if you're only interested in getting the CSS working these additions aren't necessary.

            In order to get the template's configuration to work with Semantic-UI JS, I added this to module-exports



            Importing SVG files - font-awesome with Webpack
            Asked 2017-May-28 at 11:49

            I have a project with webpack which uses svg. Certain inline svg files are translated correctly but those from font-awesome are not.

            I import font awesome with:



            Answered 2017-May-28 at 11:49

            FYI solution is:

            webpack config file:



            Packaging Font Awesome font files in a separate directory with Webpack 2
            Asked 2017-Apr-14 at 12:57

            I am attempting to use Webpack 2 and Font Awesome in a Cordova application. The Cordova application generates a file structure like this:



            Answered 2017-Apr-14 at 12:57

            The outputPath option in the file-loader is relative to your output directory and therefore will be included in the path. And publicPath just adds the given path to the beginning of the used paths, it basically means that the output directory will be located somewhere else on the server. This leaves the original path unchanged, since the structure within the directory must be unchanged.

            To make it work as you described, you need to change how you handle the output directory. As you've already mentioned your output directory is www, that's where webpack should put everything. Therefore it makes sense to configure output.path to www.



            Webpack bundle client specific components
            Asked 2017-Feb-05 at 20:11

            I have a product made with React.js (sth like CRM) which I would like to distribute to many of my customers but with client-specific components (override the common ones).

            Source folder structure of main codebase looks like this:



            Answered 2017-Feb-05 at 20:11

            So I solved this thing using webpack's resolve.alias functionality with dynamically added filenames into it. Here's the code:


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