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React 16 Tooling by Adam Boduch

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Build output

The job of Webpack is to bundle your application resources so that they can be easily served from the web. This means that you have to configure various things related to bundle output, starting with the output path and file. The Webpack development server doesn't actually write a bundle file to disk because it is assumed that builds will happen frequently. The resulting bundle is kept in memory. Even with this in mind, you still have to configure the main output path because the Webpack development server still needs to serve it to the browser as though it were a real file.

In addition to the main output location, you can also configure chunk filenames and the public path used to serve files from. Chunks are bundles that are ...

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