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Goodbye Sprockets. Welcome Webpacker 3.0

This guide will let you through the process of migrating your Rails Application from Sprockets to Webpacker 3.0. Even though Webpacker suggests to keep using Sprockets for css and images, I don’t really see why we should keep two bundlers at the same time when we can simply use only Webpacker.

https://medium.com/@coorasse/goodbye-sprockets-welcome-webpacker-3-0-ff877fb8fa79

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