microbundle - 📦 Zero-configuration bundler for tiny modules.

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The zero-configuration bundler for tiny modules, powered by Rollup. Microbundle includes two commands - build (the default) and watch. Neither require any options, but you can tailor things to suit your needs a bit if you like.

https://npm.im/microbundle
https://github.com/developit/microbundle

Dependencies:

acorn-jsx : ^4.1.1
asyncro : ^3.0.0
autoprefixer : ^7.2.5
babel-polyfill : ^6.26.0
camelcase : ^4.1.0
chalk : ^2.3.0
es6-promisify : ^5.0.0
glob : ^7.1.2
gzip-size : ^4.1.0
pretty-bytes : ^4.0.2
regenerator-runtime : ^0.11.1
rollup : ^0.55.1
rollup-plugin-buble : ^0.18.0
rollup-plugin-bundle-size : ^1.0.1
rollup-plugin-commonjs : ^8.2.6
rollup-plugin-es3 : ^1.1.0
rollup-plugin-flow : ^1.1.1
rollup-plugin-node-resolve : ^3.0.2
rollup-plugin-nodent : ^0.2.2
rollup-plugin-postcss : ^1.2.7
rollup-plugin-preserve-shebang : ^0.1.6
rollup-plugin-sizes : ^0.4.2
rollup-plugin-strict-alias : ^1.0.0
rollup-plugin-typescript : ^0.8.1
rollup-plugin-uglify : ^3.0.0
sade : ^1.3.1
tslib : ^1.9.0
typescript : ^2.6.2

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