Grunt -> Elixir -> Gulp -> Webpack

I’ve jumped from using grunt as my site builder, to elixir (since it was part of Laravel), then Gulp (I decided elixir performed too much magic and I wanted to know what was happening) and finally to Webpack.

Webpack is frankly amazing, and works well considering I’m trying to build sites in frameworks like VueJS.

I’m thinking the next step is to ditch Laravel all together, and try to use the basic pieces from Symphony to craft the backend instead. While I do enjoy using Laravel, it’s abstracted a bit too much out for my tastes (and feels a bit too big for my needs).

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