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Posts where parcel has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-04-13.
  • Why some developers are avoiding app store headaches by going web-only
    Parcel is a step in the right direction, but it doesn't actually work correctly. It “compiles” TypeScript without running tsc.
  • How do you minify the whole project in a single click ? | 2021-04-13
    Parcel (
  • Creating a modern JS library: Introduction | 2021-04-05
    To keep it short: I've worked on Parcel for a few months and therefore have investigated in great depth the fine details of making a package bundler-friendly. I've also published and maintained various successful packages, the most popular of which is is a high-performance compression library that reached over 4 million downloads in 6 months and is currently depended on by large projects such as SheetJS and Three.js. I've dealt with many of the problems new library authors face multiple times, so I'm familiar with the workarounds.
  • Needing help: How are front-end folks setting up build processes with .NET? | 2021-03-31
    Later, I came across Parcel, it really abstracts out a lot of nitty-gritty details and I prefer to use Parcel in my new projects. I don't have enough knowledge to say what to choose when, but, this podcast might help
  • GTK 4.2.0 is out! New GL renderer, input hints, and a whole new API reference | 2021-03-30
    Some feedback about the new documentation: - Big logo on sidebar leaves less space for actual links - The font pairing (RedHat/Noto, sans-serif/serif) is a bit weird, you might as well use RedHat (Text and Display) for everything if you're gonna include both. - Search results are bad, replacing the stemmer altogether with fuzzy searching would be way more useful (e.g. the fzy algorithm is great) - I'd be happy to help, but I've taken a look at the repo and your build system and it all seems quite dated from a javascript development perspective, I'd at least bundle all the files in a single one and avoid using globals in multiple files by using a import/export syntax. If you're interested let me know I can open a PR with the adjustments above.
  • Printing maps in the browser, a story | 2021-03-30
    Note that I would have preferred to use Parcel for bundling as it is much easier to setup, but unfortunately this will fail because of the dependencies used in the project
  • Building autocomplete feature: rxjs with vanilla javascript | 2021-03-21
    To be able to run this little project we need a bundling tool, one of the easiest to configure is Parcel.
  • Add Snowpack to ASP.NET Core Web App | 2021-03-18
    I stumbled on Snowpack while searching for a solution to resolve a ParcelJS error.
  • How do I publish a html/js page with node dependencies
    It needs to be bundled, typically using something like babel or parcel, which will go through the project and do some combination the following,
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    The reason I’ve just walked you through the generic Vue 2 TSX setup isn’t really to showcase “how to” do it. It’s to show you “how flawed” the whole process is. Sure, it might be useful when converting an existing project or boilerplate, but most of the time, you’ll do just fine with Vue CLI and a proper set of plugins or a no-config bundler like Parcel or Poi. However, this won’t fix the plethora of potential setup issues or lack of in-depth documentation. More than that, none of these ways will grant you proper TSX experience, as you might know it from React.
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    In short, it does exactly what it promises with a really low learning curve. Furthermore, something really neat that comes in the mix is the example directory, which is just a playground React App to test your code. Unlike TSDX, which uses Rollup bundler, it uses Parcel to get it running (not super important, I just find it interesting). You can import the bundled package code into there to battle-test it.
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    I went through the same struggle until I discovered, it lets you organize the project as you would in the good old days while importing the modules you need. You can also use niceties of ES6 (e.g. modules) and scss but you don't have to. A life saver!