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From "Dave Brondsema" <>
Subject [allura:tickets] #7976 JSX support
Date Thu, 17 Sep 2015 20:22:55 GMT
- **status**: open --> in-progress
- **assigned_to**: Dave Brondsema
- **Comment**:

**Grunt** is "old".  **Gulp** would be fine, but perhaps slow (no partial or cached builds).
 **Brunch** has partial builds, but isn't too popular and favors conventions (which we would
fight with since we have existing setups).  **Webpack** could be nice someday for making separate
builds for different pages and loading modules on demand, but we have no module system yet.
 **Broccoli** has cached builds to make things fast, and might be a bit shy on docs, but I
think it is the best choice to start with.  We can keep our implementation light (e.g. just
transpile, let EasyWidgets still concatenate for now) and see how it goes so that switching
is relatively easy if needed.


** [tickets:#7976] JSX support**

**Status:** in-progress
**Milestone:** unreleased
**Labels:** sf-current sf-2 
**Created:** Mon Aug 24, 2015 02:54 PM UTC by Dave Brondsema
**Last Updated:** Tue Sep 08, 2015 03:39 PM UTC
**Owner:** Dave Brondsema

We may need JSX support for [#7920]  If so, we'll need to configure things like:

* JSX compiling for development (with minimal dependencies added)
    * step-by-step instructions
    * Docker setup
* script or something to run it for final "production-ready" output
* run that script during `` so that our releases don't require JSX tools to
be installed


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