Version 1.2.0 of Musket is the most significant release since 1.0.0.
If you do want to make use of the React workflow, check out the documentation. In the meantime, here’s a quick rundown on what’s included:
- Webpack development server as BrowserSync middleware – think BrowserSync’s live reload is impressive? Wait until you see Hot Module Replacement (HMR) with Webpack. Just the section of the page you change gets reloaded, so the rest of your app doesn’t lose state.
- Support for JS and JSX files. Both are transpiled with Babel meaning you can write ES6 code and not worry about browser compatibility.
All this, and still all you need to do is type
Head over to the Docs to find out more.
Or if you don’t currently use Musket, you can get it here.