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Stars - the number of stars that a project has on GitHub. Growth - month over month growth in stars.
Activity is a relative number indicating how actively a project is being developed. Recent commits have higher weight than older ones.
For example, an activity of 9.0 indicates that a project is amongst the top 10% of the most actively developed projects that we are tracking.
🕵️Something new every now and then: Trying Brunch🍴
4 projects | dev.to | 20 Mar 2021
Alright! So, I head over to the Github repository to see if that thing is still active. Last commit on Feb 18th 2021. Sounds maintained. Issue count? 143 at the time I'm writing this. Perhaps I'll run into some of those, but hey: Don't say no until you've tried it, right?4 projects | dev.to | 20 Mar 2021
So, the website looks promising:
Code Splitting with React Router v6, React Lazy and Suspense (in simple terms)
5 projects | dev.to | 2 Jul 2022
There are a few manual ways to code split with Webpack, Rollup, Browserify and other bundling tools. But React has provided features to help tackle this called: React.Lazy and Suspense.
React Native - How to approach design collaboration with Figma
6 projects | dev.to | 22 Jun 2022
On the plus side, you'll get the added bonus later to automatically convert these fixture to constants in one step, through Rollup setup - but that will be a story for another time.
How rollup's latest release affected our angular library build
1 project | dev.to | 22 Jun 2022
When rollup released its version 2.75.3 our angular library's build was suddenly started breaking. It throws following error. Cannot read properties of null (reading 'render') Visit this link to see more details
3 projects | dev.to | 6 Apr 2022
If you've done web development for any amount of time, there's a good chance you've had to work with tools like Webpack, Rollup, Browserify and other front-end tooling systems. But do you know why we started using them in the first place, and why they are still part of our everyday workflow?
The React CLI you always wanted but didn’t know about
11 projects | dev.to | 30 Mar 2022
One of the advantages of using Nx over - say CRA or a custom starter template - is that your Nx workspace is evergreen. What do I mean by that: by now we all know how fast the frontend space is moving, and so are the corresponding devtools. Today you might be using Rollup to build your libraries, tomorrow you use swc, vite or esbuild. Same with Webpack. Webpack 5 has been around for a while already, and still, a lot of projects are stuck at v4.
Tree shaking create-react-app?
4 projects | reddit.com/r/codehunter | 24 Mar 2022
How can I use tree shaking tools (like in Webpack 2 or rollup?I don't want to eject already so seems like I don't really have access to the Webpack configuration.
Creating a TypeScript React Application with Vite
5 projects | dev.to | 15 Mar 2022
Vite addresses this problem by providing a development server and a lightning-fast build command. Vite, pronounced /vit/, is French for "quick," and this name describes the goal for this tool. The build command uses Rollup under the hood, which is preconfigured to create highly optimized code. The development server makes use of browser support for ES modules. Hot Module Replacement will instantly load any codebase changes into the browser.
Svelte Native vs. React Native: A comparison guide
7 projects | dev.to | 16 Feb 2022
State of the Web: Bundlers & Build Tools
17 projects | dev.to | 23 Jan 2022
Nowadays, almost every web developer uses one bundler or another. Webpack is by far the most popular, with Rollup and Vite in second and third, respectively. Currently, Vite is the fastest-growing major bundler, which has been adopted by frameworks like Vitepress, SvelteKit, Astro, and more.
What is flat bundling and why is Rollup better at this than Webpack?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/codehunter | 22 Jan 2022
I have recently been looking into rollup and seeing how it differs from Webpack and other bundlers. One thing I came across was that it is better for libraries because of "flat bundling". This is based on a tweet and from a recent PR for React to utilize Rollup.
What are some alternatives?
vite - Next generation frontend tooling. It's fast!
Snowpack - ESM-powered frontend build tool. Instant, lightweight, unbundled development. ✌️ [Moved to: https://github.com/FredKSchott/snowpack]
tsup - The simplest and fastest way to bundle your TypeScript libraries.
gulp - A toolkit to automate & enhance your workflow
parcel - The zero configuration build tool for the web. 📦🚀
Microbundle - 📦 Zero-configuration bundler for tiny modules.
browserify - browser-side require() the node.js way
Speed Measure Plugin - ⏱ See how fast (or not) your plugins and loaders are, so you can optimise your builds
FuseBox - A blazing fast js bundler/loader with a comprehensive API :fire: