Prepros is good enough for website development level compilers

Prepros is good enough for website development level compilers


When it comes to creating a website, especially a general corporate website that uses WordPress, Prepros is sufficient for various compilers.

There are plenty of compilers out there.

There are a lot of web compilers out there, like Glup, WebPack, or even Grunt in the old days, and I’m sure there are many more.

All of them require a lot of complicated configuration to make them useful.

It makes a lot of complicated descriptions in the configuration files. It suddenly stops working due to various related software upgrades. You need more time to fix it.

As someone who works in IT and web development, it’s important for me to be able to do all of this for free, but I feel that saving time is more of a destiny. And to make more money.

That’s why I think it’s easiest to buy a paid compiler like Prepros to shorten your work; I don’t think it’s important to focus on making it to $0, I think it’s important to shorten your time.

I used to use Glup too, back in the day. Then I used Prepros for a long time, and I thought I could save some time by going to WebPack, so I touched up some rudimentary stuff, but it didn’t save me any time.


The best way to save time is to use a paid tool to finish the compiler type.

If I can shorten it, I hope I can shorten the time with JavaScript libraries such as vue.JS or jQuery and npm which manages the relationship between them.

To be honest, it’s a bother to write URLs in HTML source every time.