Jan 23

SoftwarePlant becomes the official sponsor of webpack

We have proudly become one of the sponsors of webpack – a cutting-edge technology that benefits front-end developers when building complex applications with many non-code static assets. It is essentially a module bundler whose growth skyrocketed recently as it is used in more and more web projects. The beauty and advantage of webpack over other tools is its ability to solve every front-end developer’s fundamental problem of bundling. One does not have to write all the transformations himself, but can let webpack do the job for him.

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SoftwarePlant sponsors webpack

Our footprint in front-end development’s growth

We have proudly become one of the sponsors of webpack – a cutting-edge technology that benefits front-end developers when building complex applications with many non-code static assets. It is essentially a module bundler whose growth skyrocketed recently as it is used in more and more web projects. The beauty and advantage of webpack over other tools is its ability to solve every front-end developer’s fundamental problem of bundling. One does not have to write all the transformations himself, but can let webpack do the job for him.

It’s all about mastering complexities

Our developers build advanced software which requires multi-level integrations on a daily basis. The major advantage we’ve gained by using webpack was when it allowed us to integrate Backbone.js and AngularJS. Working on complex cloud based software throws many hurdles at us, yet we’re not afraid to use the newest technologies to jump those fences.

Łukasz PawełczakWebpack introduced new philosophy for building front-end resources. Without it, we wouldn’t be able to move our product to cloud architecture.

Łukasz Pawełczak – FrontEnd Developer

To find out more about webpack visit the official website.

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