Webpack configurations are a significant part of the component archetype. They help with compiling and bundling your React component code. Below is the component configuration used with webpack:
- webpack.config.coverage.js: When running coverage test- webpack.config.js: When building your app for production- webpack.config.test.js: When running tests
In order to keep pace with the latest trend, our new component archetype also finished migration from webpack v1 to webpack v2. Webpack 2 offers better performance, improved bundling, and a much nicer experience when configuring it. For information about migrating to webpack v2, see the webpack migration documentation.
The webpack configurations in the component archetype are separated into partials and compose into a single configuration using webpack-config-composer that's passed to webpack.
webpack-config-composer to compose webpack configuration partials in the
/partial directory. Under the component configuration (to use with webpack above), we add partials and profiles to the composer, and then selectively compose them into a single configuration object for webpack.
Below are the partial configurations for a new component archetype webpack structure:
|- electrode-archetype-react-component/config/webpack| |- partial| | |- babel.js| | |- define.js| | |- fonts.js| | |- images.js| | |- json.js| | |- optimize.js| | |- sourcemaps.js| | |- styles.js
After understanding the new Component Archetype Structure, it's time to generate Electrode components by using the latest Electrode generators. With
generator-electrode, we can create dynamic and performant Lerna-structured Electrode components. Let's explore and personalize this in our next section, Create an Electrode Component.