The Webpack output config option defines, where generated, parsed, transpiled/compiled and minified files are stored. This place to store the files can be physical like a folder or they can be stored virtually in the Webpack's server memory. Read on to learn more about the output basics.
Webpack as a tool is a combination of a task runner, a bundler and - on demand - a development server. Webpack, in contrast to other tools like Gulp or SystemJS, unites these funcionalities under one hood and out of the box. It is widely spread today, but exists since mid 2012 already.
In the following I present the basics of AngularJS 1.x services and its features. Services in AngularJS 1.x also play a central role as they are used for holding application states (keeping data in memory), communicating with external sources (like the host or remote APIs) and other purposes.