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The easiest build tool you'll ever use.
Millwright is brand spanking new - the alpha release was announced at the beginning of the year. If you like where the project is headed, star us on GitHub and help spread the word!
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Millwright provides the common build functionality that many web projects need without any tool configuration.
Please visit millwrightjs.com for more information, including usage and installation.
Millwright is currently in Alpha. That means that the basic feature set expected for the 1.0.0 milestone is in place, and that it's generally expected to work as described. Alpha status also means that the library is highly untested, and that the project is ready for developer usage and contributions via issues and PR's.
Current priorites include:
We'll take any and all issue reports, we just ask that any helpful info be provided, such as environment details and any stack traces or error messages.
This project does not yet have a formal styleguide. For now, the following considerations should be observed when submitting code:
The following commands are available for building Millwright locally:
npm run build- runs the build
npm run watch- runs the build, then watches for changes