Jekyll Webpack

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Jekyll Webpack

Boilerplate for a Jekyll and webpack integration


The Jekyll & Webpack integrated theme allows users to combine React and Jekyll to serve their website statically. It is a plugin-free solution that provides the flexibility of using React components within a Jekyll environment. This theme is particularly useful for users working with GitHub pages, as it can be easily integrated with the gh-pages branch.


  • React Integration: The theme allows users to seamlessly integrate React components into their Jekyll website.
  • Static Serving: The theme enables users to serve their website statically, ensuring efficient and fast performance.
  • Plugin-free Solution: Users do not need to rely on any additional plugins to utilize the Jekyll & Webpack integrated theme.


To install the Jekyll & Webpack integrated theme, follow these steps:

  1. Clone the theme repository using the following command:

    git clone
  2. Switch to the gh-pages branch of the repository:

    git checkout gh-pages
  3. Customize the theme by adding your desired React components and configuring the Jekyll settings.

  4. Build the website using Webpack:

    npm run build
  5. Once the build is complete, the static version of the website will be available in the _site directory. You can deploy it to your desired hosting platform.


The Jekyll & Webpack integrated theme is a powerful solution for combining React and Jekyll in a plugin-free manner. It allows users to serve their website statically while benefiting from the flexibility of React components. By following the installation guide, users can easily set up and customize the theme to meet their specific requirements.


Jekyll is a static site generator written in Ruby that allows you to create simple, fast, and secure websites without the need for a database.


React is a widely used JavaScript library for building user interfaces and single-page applications. It follows a component-based architecture and uses a virtual DOM to efficiently update and render UI components


Webpack is a popular open-source module bundler for JavaScript applications that bundles and optimizes the code and its dependencies for production-ready deployment. It can also be used to transform other types of assets such as CSS, images, and fonts.