Plugins have their own folder:
/src/plugins, where you may place their JS and CSS files.
They are separated from the standard JS & CSS processing pipeline in order to provide more control and flexibility in how to use them.
There are two ways to include plugins in your webpages.
All JS files from the
/src/plugins directory are concatenated and minified into one file,
/dist/js/plugins.js. Including this file in your HTML file will make all plugins available on that page.
Alternatively, you may individually include each plugin in your webpage. Additionally to concatenating all JS from
/src/plugins, all files from the
plugins directory are copied to
/dist/plugins, without any processing. This allows you to include a single plugin in your webpage, by simply including the script and stylesheet as follows:
<link href="plugins/your-plugin/your-plugin.css" rel="stylesheet"> <script src="plugins/your-plugin/your-plugin.js"></script>