I'm writing a javascript webapp using webpack 2 as module bundler.  What I need is a way to mix long term caching feature (https://webpack.js.org/guides/caching/) and code splitting (https://webpack.js.org/guides/code-splitting/).  I'm able t...
I assume that I can achieve what I am trying to do with webpack but still could not figure it out. Here is the use case.   I have couple of Angular Apps (will get loaded within same browser window) which will be reusing exactly the same vendor bundle...
I'm using gulp and I want to know if it has capabilities for code splitting. Something similar to what is mentioned here in the webpack site . Ive looked online but not seen anything dedicated to that....
How to import from a multiple class exported js file in react-loadable. I am trying to import CustomButton from MyButton.js using react-loadable in Home.js. This is the only way I know to do it, is not working.  MyButton.js  import {   CustomButton,...
I have lots of code shared between web and web worker parts of my browser app.  How can I tell webpack to split my code up into common chunks so that the result is garanteed to work 100%?  The webworker code breaks (fails at runtime) after I tell web...
I did lazy loading config in my angular project. That is done, But there is a problem.  because of my lazy loading component is too big (700kb), time to load component from web server is too long (0.5s)  I have to show loading component when lazy loa...
If I am building a React frontend app and there's let's say an admin panel and parts of the app that only people with a paid account should see I was told to use code splitting, this way parts of the app are only served when you get to that p...
I'm using ES6 code splitting in my app. Works great! But, I'm not a fan of using a lot of boilerplate code.  This is probably a newbie question, but can someone explain to me why this works:  export const Router = () => {   return (     &l...
I'm trying to create a library that exposes a function that dynamically imports other libraries based on parameters it gets passed. Something like:  export function foo(deps){   deps.forEach(dep => import(dep).then(doSomething)) } //usage: foo...
I've inherited a server-side rendered / Universal React/Redux app. Building it for Production leaves me with a 6MB bundle and ~1 sec (wifi) load time which i'd obviously like to reduce.  Being a SSR app it's split like:  src/   client/...

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