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Kenzan pipeline
Part 2 of this series lays the last bit of infrastructure needed to run our Kr8sswordz Puzzle application.

Set Up a CI/CD Pipeline with a Jenkins Pod in Kubernetes (Part 2)

In Part 1 of our series, we got our local Kubernetes cluster up and running with Docker, Minikube, and kubectl. We set up an image repository, and tried building, pushing, and deploying a container image with code changes we made to the Hello-Kenzan app. It’s now time to automate this process. In...
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ES2015 module support
As of June 2017, native browsers only thinly support ES2015 modules, as shown here. If you want both static analysis and a wide audience today, you’ll need a transpilation step that takes your modern source and turns it into a form widely supported by browsers. Learn more in this article.

Faster Tied Together: Bundling Your App with webpack

In the first post of our series, we outlined three components of a modern front-end stack. In the second post, we untangled the challenge of package management with Yarn. In this post, we’ll take a look at the next component in our stack: webpack™, a way of building and bundling assets for web apps...
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