Benefits Using Webpack 4 to Create Cross-Browser Compatible Apps

On February 25, 2018, Webpack 4 was released. It’s interesting that they named it ‘Legato.’ Legato means to play the notes in a piece of music without any gaps. Webpack had proven, time and again, why it is an integral part of JavaScript development ecosystem. Heavyweights of JavaScript like React and Angular have already integrated Webpack in their frameworks, just like Babel. And if you are building cross-browser compatible web apps, it is one of the most important and useful tools in your garage.
So, What’s New?
Often criticized by the JavaScript community for being a ‘customization hell,’ Webpack has tried a new approach. With earlier versions, you had to work extremely hard to keep up with the learning curve. The new approach has less customization, so you can get your project up and running with a few basic settings.

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