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create static CSS and JS files in your
web/ directory and include them in your
Encore is inspired by Webpacker and Mix, but stays in the spirit of Webpack: using its features, concepts and naming conventions for a familiar feel. It aims to solve the most common Webpack use cases.
Encore is made by Symfony and works beautifully in Symfony applications. But it can easily be used in any application... in any language!
Assetic is a pure PHP library that helps to process & optimize your assets (similar to Encore). Even though we recommend using Encore, Assetic still works great. For a comparison, see Encore Versus Assetic?.
For more about Assetic, see Assetic.
- How to Apply an Assetic Filter to a specific File Extension
- How to Use Assetic for Asset Management
- How to Use Assetic for Image Optimization with Twig Functions
- Combining, Compiling and Minimizing Web Assets with PHP Libraries
- How to Minify CSS/JS Files (Using UglifyJS and UglifyCSS)
- How to Use a Custom Version Strategy for Assets
- Advanced Webpack Config
- Configuring Babel
- Using Bootstrap CSS & JS
- Using a CDN
- CSS Preprocessors: Sass, LESS, etc.
- Adding Custom Loaders & Plugins
- Using webpack-dev-server and HMR
- FAQ and Common Issues
- Encore Installation
- jQuery and Legacy Applications
- Creating Page-Specific CSS/JS
- PostCSS and autoprefixing (postcss-loader)
- Enabling React.js
- Creating a Shared Commons Entry
- First Example
- Enabling Source Maps
- Enabling TypeScript (ts-loader)
- Asset Versioning
- Encore Versus Assetic?
- Enabling Vue.js (vue-loader)