Modernizr

Extension for Laravel Mix that provides Modernizr support.
latest v1.0.1 - released
marceickhoff
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webpack-modernizr-loader
webpack-cli

Laravel Mix Modernizr

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This extension adds support for Modernizr to Laravel Mix by using the webpack-modernizr-loader.

It allows you to easily configure, create and manage custom Modernizr builds in your Laravel Mix project.

Installation

npm i -D laravel-mix-modernizr

Basic Usage

Require and use the extension inside your webpack.mix.js like this:

/* 
 * webpack.mix.js
 */

const mix = require('laravel-mix');
require('laravel-mix-modernizr');

mix
  .js('app.js', 'dist')
  .modernizr()

This will use or create a .modernizrrc file in your project root and make the corresponding custom build instantly accessible via a Modernizr global identifier when you run Mix.

Now, set the Modernizr configurations to your liking, for example:

/* 
 * .modernizrrc
 */

module.exports = {
  "classPrefix": "supports-",
  "options": [
    "addTest",
  ],
  "feature-detects": [
    "test/css/flexbox",
    "test/css/transforms"
  ]
};

For more information on how to configure Modernizr please refer to their documentation.

You can now use the resulting Modernizr build in your project:

/* 
 * app.js
 */

// Includes the custom Modernizr build based on the configurations set in .modernizrrc
require('Modernizr');

If you want to get fancy with Modernizr (i.e. access Modernizr), you don't even need to explicitly require it. Just start using it. A behind-the-scenes call of mix.autoload() will handle the import automatically.

/* 
 * app.js
 */

// Once accessed, the Modernizr build will be imported automatically
Modernizr.addTest(/* ... */);

Advanced Usage

You can also use non-standard configuration file locations and custom global identifiers to maintain multiple different Modernizr builds in your project:

/* 
 * webpack.mix.js
 */

const mix = require('laravel-mix');
require('laravel-mix-modernizr');

mix
  .js('app.js', 'dist')
  .modernizr({
    SpecialModernizr: '.special-modernizrrc', // Creates a build based on .special-modernizrrc
    AnotherModernizr: 'some/path/modernizrrc.js' // Creates a build based on some/path/modernizrrc.js
  })

You now have access to the SpecialModernizr and AnotherModernizr global identifiers instead of the default Modernizr. Use them just like in the basic example.