../../ can be a pain when importing modules from relative directories. Webpack can help.
"style" attribute in package.json is useful for importing CSS packages. Here’s a way to utilize it.
CSS Modules are das bombe, but you’re still stuck in a land where the traditional CSS stylesheet exists, you may have to load both. Here’s a pattern that could potentially work for you.
If you use React to render your static site and browser app, you’ll need routing to work in both places. With a little setup, you’re golden.
There are many useful webpack loaders. But sometimes you need something special, and it’s easy to write your own.
Webpack has a jolly little server for your development environment called