Below are the list of Asset URL transform rules
1. Absolute path: If the URL is an absolute path (for example, /images/loader.png)then it will be preserved as-is.
2. Relative path: If the URL starts with . (for example, ./images/loader.png) then it will be interpreted as a relative module request and resolved based on the folder structure on your file system.
3. URLs starts with ~ symbol: If the URL starts with ~ symbol(for example, ./some-node-package/loader.png) then it is interpreted as a module request. This way it can reference assets inside node modules too.
4. URLs starts with @ symbol: If the URL starts with @ symbol then it is interpreted as a module request. This is useful if your webpack config has an alias for @, which by default points to /src path.
Posted Date:- 2021-09-08 00:02:34