Webpack installation

Start by creating a new project using NPM with Webpack and other related dependencies. We're installing dependencies for a simple project using TypeScript with ts-loader in the following example.

Dependencies may vary based on the project setup. For example, you might use babel-loader instead of ts-loader if you don't use TypeScript.

mkdir my-reshaped-app
cd my-reshaped-app
npm install react react-dom
npm install --dev webpack webpack-cli webpack-dev-server css-loader postcss-loader mini-css-extract-plugin ts-loader typescript html-webpack-plugin @types/react @types/react-dom

Install the latest version from NPM. You can track our latest releases in our changelog.

npm install reshaped

Create a postcss.config.js file in the root folder of your project and re-export Reshaped PostCSS config:

const { config } = require("reshaped/config/postcss");
module.exports = config;

Add all installed Webpack loaders to your Webpack config and set up the config options based on your needs. You can find an example of a simple Webpack config in our example project:

If you're using TypeScript, add a configuration for it in tsconfig.json file. You can find an example of a simple TypeScript config in our example project:

Add NPM scripts to your package.json file to start the application:

  "scripts": {
    "start": "webpack serve",
    "build": "webpack"

Now you can run your build process with npm run start.

npm run start

Import some of the core components in src/App.tsx and try them out:

import { Button, Container, Reshaped } from "reshaped";
import "reshaped/themes/reshaped/theme.css";

const App = () => {
  return (
    <Reshaped theme="reshaped">
      <Container width="652px">
        <Button href="/">Get started</Button>

You can find more details in our starter-webpack example on Github. If you want to learn more about components - search for the relevant components documentation in the sidebar.