Handles Less CSS pre-processor files.
CSSPlugin is used to handle .css syntax. As such, it should always be at the end of any CSS processing chain (see [#list-of-plugins](Plugin configuration) for examples of plugin chains), as it handles everything that is relating to bundling, reloading and grouping css styles.
CSSModules allow you to include stylesheets as key value map of the class name in your file to the transformed value.
This program is designed to make it easy to import a css library from an npm package.
Allows using Sass, A professional grade CSS extension language.
Allows using Stylus, An expressive, dynamic, robust CSS.
Allows importing of `HTML` files as a string in your code.
Markdown Plugin generates HTML from Markdown files.
Generates a HTML file once a producer's job is completed
Allows images to be bundled as `base64` data. Supports most image formats, including SVGs.
Allows [CoffeeScript](http://coffeescript.org/) compilation of `.coffee` files
Allows files to be imported as plain text.
Adds a comment with static text at the top of the bundle.
Copies your files to a destination folder and return a hashed URL when required in your code. If no options are specified, the plugin copies your files into `assets` folder
Creates environment variables that can be accessed at build or run time. it works both on server and in browser, You can even access in other `FuseBox` plugins.
Makes sourcemaps from plain js files
Allows replacing strings in files with new values.
Adds required typescript functions to the bundle. Please note that it adds only the ones that are actually used, helping to avoid unnecessary code.