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Webpack integration for Flask.

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Webpack integration for Flask.

Flask-WebpackExt makes it easy to interface with your existing Webpack project from Flask and does not try to manage Webpack for you. Flask-WebpackExt does this via:

  • Manifests: You tell Webpack to write a manifest.json using plugins such as webpack-manifest-plugin, webpack-yam-plugin or webpack-bundle-tracker. Flask-WebpackExt reads the manifest and makes your compiled assets available in your Jinja templates.
  • CLI for NPM: Flask-WebpackExt provides a Flask CLI so that e.g. flask webpack install will run npm install in your Webpack project. Similarly, flask webpack build will run npm run build.

Optionally you can use Flask-WebpackExt to also:

  • Inject configuration: Flask-WebpackExt will write a config.json into your Webpack project, which you can import in your Webpack configuration. You define what goes in the config e.g. Let Webpack know about output paths or dynamic entry points.
  • Collect bundles: If your Webpack project is spread over multiple Python packages, Flask-WebpackExt can help you dynamically assemble the files into a Webpack project. This is useful if you don’t know until runtime which packages are installed.

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Version 0.1.0 (released 2016-05-29)

  • Initial public release.

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