Derby.js client and server bundling through Webpack.
Browserify doesn't allow to incrementally rebuild the bundle (doesn't have this feature built in).
And as the application grows, compilation of
derby views takes too much time.
This is the prototype of Derby.js app which uses Webpack for client bundling and hot reloading of styles
(views and components are also being hot reloaded but they currently apply changes via client-side page refresh).
arrays when defining derby templates are not supported yet.
So right now you have to always use
view(is='template') when calling a template.
And you can specify
arrays when you call the template like this:
view(is='template') attribute(is='title') Hello array(is='tab' title='One') Ping array(is='tab' title='Two') Pong
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