Bootstrap, by Twitter, is a framework for developing beautiful, mobile-first web UIs. Rather than designing every aspect of the UI and then writing CSS rules by hand, we’ll use Bootstrap to provide a good, basic design.
Before we pull in Bootstrap, though, we’ll need some dependency plugins. For webpack to work with CSS generally, we need the style-loader and css-loader plugins. In addition, to load other static assets that CSS files might reference, like images and fonts, we’ll need the url-loader plugin and its peer dependency the file-loader plugin.
Use npm to install all of those:
|||$ npm install --save-dev --save-exact \|
||| firstname.lastname@example.org \|