There's a dependency conflict between jquery-color and the main package.
jquery-color specifies jQuery with capital Q as a dependency and the main package lists jquery with small case q as a dependency. On Linux and Mac that's not a problem, the two can coexist. On Windows however the filesystem ignores the case of files and directories, so you can't have one folder named jquery and another one named jQuery.
This will cause all kinds of unexpected problems with resolving other dependencies and usually cause the webpack devServer to fail.
I couldn't find any usage of the jQuery color plugin anyways, so I just removed it and everything is fine again. Another option would be to create an own version of the jQuery Color plugin as an NPM package. (the one used here is no longer maintained, the github repo for it was deleted long ago)
If you remove jQuery color from the package.json, you will also need to remove it from the import statement in app/src/main.js (import 'imports-loader?jQuery=jquery!jquery-color/jquery.color.js' just remove the stuff after the exclamation point)
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