I'm new to Boot/Hoplon/Clojure(Script), but have experience with other tools for creating web sites using tools that improve development (e.g. compass, jade) or improve production builds (uglify, cssmin, filerev, etc). I got sufficiently deep into the Grunt/yeoman-generator-angular ecosystem to realize there must be something better.
Which brings me here
From https://github.com/boot-clj/boot/wiki/Community-Tasks it looks like Boot already offers a great alternative to other systems that provide a comprehensive set of tasks to handle various different kinds of site-building requirements.
I just came across https://webpack.github.io/ and it appears to be a generic language-agnostic tool for bundling development assets together into a production build. It also appears to have a lot of momentum. As someone new to both Boot and WebPack, I'm wondering how they relate to one another (are they at all complementary?), and if there are any opportunities (current or future) for harmony or even sharing (or de-duplication) of effort between the two.