webpack.config.jsfile to configure your Webpack build. Let's transition over in this episode.
headtag. Let's review the process of requiring CSS in this episode.
css-loader) processes relative URLs within your stylesheets. It's essential that you understand the concepts in this lesson, so don't skip it!
manifest.jsonfile. This way, using Ruby, PHP, or fill-in-the-blank, we can read this file and dynamically determine and fetch the proper hash.
At this stage in your learning, most of your webpack plugin interaction will consist of installing and instantiating whatever you need. For most common tasks, a plugin has already been created and is up on npm. However, a plugin can do anything and everything. As such, you'll likely encounter situations where it's useful to construct your own custom plugins, even if they're only intended for your personal use. In this episode, we'll review how easy it is to do so.
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