yarn for build, test and packaging an NPM (for our own libraries). It also calls on
rpmbuild to package an RPM for installation of the web applications on an Apache server.
Being a Java man, I do not like the build tools of
yarn seems inevitable.
How great would it not be if Gradle could handle the npm dependencies in its dependencies block, and all you would need is set
The word static worried me. I can still create a dynamic web application? The Spring Boot I guess is just for running the web application within a server (Like an embedded Web server)?