Error Can't find entry point on webpack manifest on Custom Plugin

Hi all, I’m creating a custom plugin, following this documentation , I can clone the repo and the gem is installed successfully when run bundle install, after restart foreman I get this error ActionView::Template::Error (Can't find entry point 'my:global' in webpack manifest): and my Foreman it’s completely broken. I’m not sure if I’m missing a step, I followed all the steps in the documentation. Thank you in advance!
Expected outcome:
Foreman running normally and plugin added
Foreman and Proxy versions:
Foreman 3.6
Foreman and Proxy plugin versions:
Plugin template version requires_foreman ‘>= 2.4.0’
Distribution and version:
Ubuntu 20.04 Focal
Other relevant data:


 d78c1280 | ActionView::Template::Error (Can't find entry point 'my_plugin:global' in webpack manifest):
 d78c1280 |     13:     <%= stylesheet_link_tag *webpack_asset_paths('foreman-vendor', :extension => 'css') %>
 d78c1280 |     14:     <%= stylesheet_link_tag *webpack_asset_paths('bundle', :extension => 'css') %>
 d78c1280 |     15:     <%= stylesheet_link_tag 'application' %>
 d78c1280 |     16:     <%= webpacked_plugins_with_global_css %>
 d78c1280 |     17:     <%= yield(:stylesheets) %>
 d78c1280 |     18: 
 d78c1280 |     19:     <%= csrf_meta_tags %>
 d78c1280 |   
 d78c1280 | app/helpers/reactjs_helper.rb:57:in `block (2 levels) in global_css_tags'
 d78c1280 | app/helpers/reactjs_helper.rb:56:in `map'
 d78c1280 | app/helpers/reactjs_helper.rb:56:in `block in global_css_tags'
 d78c1280 | app/helpers/reactjs_helper.rb:55:in `map'
 d78c1280 | app/helpers/reactjs_helper.rb:55:in `global_css_tags'
 d78c1280 | app/helpers/reactjs_helper.rb:15:in `webpacked_plugins_with_global_css'
 d78c1280 | app/views/layouts/base.html.erb:16
 d78c1280 | app/views/layouts/application.html.erb:5
 d78c1280 | app/controllers/application_controller.rb:353:in `generic_exception'
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Hello! I have the same problem. Did you solve it?
I’m trying to add exitsting modules to docker container via this manual.
Seems to be we mess something when installing modules from gems