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A Serverless v1.x plugin to deploy your website to AWS S3 using Webpack to bundle it.
$ npm install serverless-spa --save-dev
$ yarn add -D serverless-spa
Add the plugin to your
plugins: - serverless-spa
By default the plugin will look for a
webpack.spa.config.js in root directory. Alternatively, you can specify a different file in
custom: spa: webpack: "webpack.spa.config.js"
custom: spa: webpack: dev: "webpack.spa.dev.config.js" prod: "webpack.spa.prod.config.js"
bucket name must be defined. Bucket name can be defined in one parameter, to be used independent of stage, or be one bucket for each stage.
custom: spa: appFolder: "www" bucket: "serverless-site-s3"
custom: spa: appFolder: "www" bucket: dev: "dev-serverless-site-s3" prod: "prod-serverless-site-s3"
custom: spa: gzip: true
This will create a
.spa folder with generated webpack bundle.
$ sls spa bundle
Start a webpack-dev-server with
devServer options in webpack config.
$ sls spa serve
or with serverless-offline
plugins: ... - serverless-spa ... - serverless-offline ...
$ sls offline
This plugin detects if
true, and puts the entry points necessary to Hot Module Replacement works, even the react-hot-loader is inserted in each entry point, and detects if webpack config contains the necessary plugins added (HotModuleReplacementPlugin, NamedModulesPlugin, NoEmitOnErrorsPlugin), so you don’t need to put configuration related to HMR.
This will, bundle your website, create a S3 bucket if not exists, update its configuration to work with SPA (index.html for errors) and upload
.spa folder to bucket.
$ sls spa deploy
__dirnamehave reference to the plugin folder, because webpack and webpack-dev-server are started programmatically, so replace