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webpack 5.89.0

Packs ECMAScript/CommonJs/AMD modules for the browser. Allows you to split your codebase into multiple bundles, which can be loaded on demand. Supports loaders to preprocess files, i.e. json, jsx, es7, css, less, ... and your custom stuff.
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6
licenses
62
MIT
7
BSD-2-Clause
3
BSD-3-Clause
6
other licenses
ISC
3
Apache-2.0
2
CC-BY-4.0
1
Package created
11 Mar 2012
Version published
13 Oct 2023
Maintainers
4
Total deps
78
Direct deps
24
License
MIT

Issues

2

1 high severity issue

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via: browserslist@4.23.0
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1 low severity issue

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Licenses

MIT License

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62 Packages, Including:
@jridgewell/gen-mapping@0.3.5
@jridgewell/resolve-uri@3.1.2
@jridgewell/set-array@1.2.1
@jridgewell/source-map@0.3.6
@jridgewell/sourcemap-codec@1.4.15
@jridgewell/trace-mapping@0.3.25
@types/eslint-scope@3.7.7
@types/eslint@8.56.10
@types/estree@1.0.5
@types/json-schema@7.0.15
@types/node@20.14.2
@webassemblyjs/ast@1.12.1
@webassemblyjs/floating-point-hex-parser@1.11.6
@webassemblyjs/helper-api-error@1.11.6
@webassemblyjs/helper-buffer@1.12.1
@webassemblyjs/helper-numbers@1.11.6
@webassemblyjs/helper-wasm-bytecode@1.11.6
@webassemblyjs/helper-wasm-section@1.12.1
@webassemblyjs/ieee754@1.11.6
@webassemblyjs/utf8@1.11.6
@webassemblyjs/wasm-edit@1.12.1
@webassemblyjs/wasm-gen@1.12.1
@webassemblyjs/wasm-opt@1.12.1
@webassemblyjs/wasm-parser@1.12.1
@webassemblyjs/wast-printer@1.12.1
acorn-import-assertions@1.9.0
acorn@8.11.3
ajv-keywords@3.5.2
ajv@6.12.6
browserslist@4.23.0
buffer-from@1.1.2
chrome-trace-event@1.0.4
commander@2.20.3
enhanced-resolve@5.17.0
es-module-lexer@1.5.3
escalade@3.1.2
events@3.3.0
fast-deep-equal@3.1.3
fast-json-stable-stringify@2.1.0
has-flag@4.0.0
jest-worker@27.5.1
json-parse-even-better-errors@2.3.1
json-schema-traverse@0.4.1
loader-runner@4.3.0
merge-stream@2.0.0
mime-db@1.52.0
mime-types@2.1.35
neo-async@2.6.2
node-releases@2.0.14
punycode@2.3.1

BSD 2-Clause "Simplified" License

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7 Packages, Including:
eslint-scope@5.1.1
esrecurse@4.3.0
estraverse@4.3.0
estraverse@5.3.0
glob-to-regexp@0.4.1
terser@5.31.1
uri-js@4.4.1

BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" License

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3 Packages, Including:
@xtuc/ieee754@1.2.0
serialize-javascript@6.0.2
source-map@0.6.1

ISC License

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3 Packages, Including:
electron-to-chromium@1.4.796
graceful-fs@4.2.11
picocolors@1.0.1

Apache License 2.0

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2 Packages, Including:
@webassemblyjs/leb128@1.11.6
@xtuc/long@4.2.2

Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International

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1 Packages, Including:
caniuse-lite@1.0.30001629
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Direct Dependencies

24
All Dependencies CSV
β“˜ This is a list of webpack 's direct dependencies. Data on all dependencies, including transitive ones, is available via CSV download.
NameVersionSizeLicenseTypeVulnerabilities
@types/eslint-scope3.7.72.09 kBMIT
prod
@types/estree1.0.55.71 kBMIT
prod
@webassemblyjs/ast1.12.1202.57 kBMIT
prod
@webassemblyjs/wasm-edit1.12.133.82 kBMIT
prod
@webassemblyjs/wasm-parser1.12.1125.97 kBMIT
prod
acorn-import-assertions1.9.03.64 kBMIT
prod
acorn8.11.3122.89 kBMIT
prod peer
browserslist4.23.061.29 kBMIT
prod peer
1
1
chrome-trace-event1.0.49.58 kBMIT
prod
enhanced-resolve5.17.0205.24 kBMIT
prod
es-module-lexer1.5.388.74 kBMIT
prod
eslint-scope5.1.116.33 kBBSD-2-Clause
prod
events3.3.016.19 kBMIT
prod
glob-to-regexp0.4.14.38 kBBSD-2-Clause
prod
graceful-fs4.2.119.57 kBISC
prod
json-parse-even-better-errors2.3.14.45 kBMIT
prod
loader-runner4.3.05.38 kBMIT
prod
mime-types2.1.355.46 kBMIT
prod
neo-async2.6.237.74 kBMIT
prod
schema-utils3.3.017.93 kBMIT
prod
tapable2.2.110.64 kBMIT
prod
terser-webpack-plugin5.3.1018.28 kBMIT
prod
watchpack2.4.154.86 kBMIT
prod
webpack-sources3.2.318 kBMIT
prod

Visualizations

Frequently Asked Questions

What does webpack do?

Webpack is a powerful modular bundler for JavaScript that allows for the packaging of JavaScript files for use in the browser. It is capable of bundling, transforming, or packaging virtually any type of resource or asset. Webpack supports ECMA Script, CommonJS, and AMD modules making it flexible and convenient. It allows for code splitting which can significantly reduce initial loading time. It packs modules for the browser, enabling developers to split their codebase into multiple bundles that can be loaded on demand, enhancing performance.

How do you use webpack?

To use webpack, you will first need to install it to your project as a development dependency. Webpack is typically installed using npm (Node Package Manager) or yarn.

Using npm, the installation command is:

npm install --save-dev webpack

Using yarn, the installation command is:

yarn add webpack --dev

Once installed, you can use webpack by creating a webpack.config.js configuration file in your project root, and then simply running the webpack command in your terminal:

npx webpack

Here is a simple webpack configuration example:

const path = require('path');

module.exports = {
  entry: './src/index.js',
  output: {
    filename: 'main.js',
    path: path.resolve(__dirname, 'dist')
  }
};

This config tells webpack to take ./src/index.js as the entry point to start building the dependency graph and to output the bundled result to ./dist/main.js.

Webpack offers a rich set of loaders to preprocess files. Loaders are functions that take the source code as an input, process it, and return it as an output. They can be chained together and applied to a specific file type using a regex expression.

Where are the webpack docs?

The official documentation for webpack can be found at [https://webpack.js.org