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Deverhood Package Manager Webpack library starter
Webpack based boilerplate for producing libraries (Input: ES6, Output: universal library)


  • Webpack 4 based.
  • ES6 as a source.
  • Exports in a umd format so your library works everywhere.
  • ES6 test setup with Mocha and Chai.
  • Linting with ESLint.


ES6 source files
       +--- babel, eslint
  ready to use
  in umd format

Have in mind that you have to build your library before publishing. The files under the lib folder are the ones that should be distributed.

Getting started

  1. Open package.json and change package name and version
  2. Build your library
Run npm install to get the project's dependencies Run npm build to build webpack,test and publish npm (don't for get to change version before uploading)
  1. Development mode
Having all the dependencies installed run npm run dev. This command will generate an non-minified version of your library and will run a watcher so you get the compilation on file change.
  1. Running the tests
npm run test




An example of using dependencies that shouldn’t be resolved by webpack, but should become dependencies of the resulting bundle

In the following example we are excluding React and Lodash:
  devtool: 'source-map',
  output: {
    path: '...',
    libraryTarget: 'umd',
    library: '...'
  entry: '...',
  externals: {
    react: 'react'
    // Use more complicated mapping for lodash.
    // We need to access it differently depending
    // on the environment.
    lodash: {
      commonjs: 'lodash',
      commonjs2: 'lodash',
      amd: '_',
      root: '_'