Writing build plugins

It's common to use a build tool as part of development, but most folks don't think about writing their own plugins. This is understandable, since it can be pretty daunting. However, knowing how to write plugins gives you insight into how a build tool works, and makes it easier to debug when things go wrong.
In this session, we develop the same plugin for both Rollup and webpack, showing the difference between the two systems.

Checkout the website → https://goo.gle/3eF2nDv
rollup → https://goo.gle/3gexEOf
webpack → https://goo.gle/3eFLmsT
Code for the plugins → https://goo.gle/3dDpJrG (click the GitHub icons)

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Jake Archibald, Jason Miller

#webdevLIVE #webplugins #webpack event: web.dev LIVE 2020; re_ty: Publish; fullname: Jake Archibald,Jason Miller; product: Chrome - General;

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