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Bumping the versions in theory shouldn't be necessary, however package
managers tend to only update sub-dependencies lazily, so this ensures
users are on the latest versions.

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Create and build modern JavaScript applications with zero initial configuration

Neutrino combines the power of webpack with the simplicity of presets.

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Neutrino is a configuration management tool for the webpack ecosystem that supports building, testing, linting, and developing JavaScript projects based on shared configuration presets and middleware. You can use Neutrino within your project alongside webpack, ESLint, Jest, Karma, and more of your favorite CLI tools. It intends to make the process of initializing and building projects much simpler by providing minimal development dependencies and tightening the integration between tools.

Neutrino supports webpack for building both web and Node.js projects by providing complete build presets which can be shared across targets and projects. You can use Neutrino base presets to get started building a variety of projects, and you can create your own presets by extending the Neutrino core ones to be shared across your own projects or even by the community. Presets can even be manipulated on a project-by-project basis to handle almost any build situation your preset doesn't cover.


See the Neutrino docs for details on installation, getting started, usage, and customizing.

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