metro-bundler - 🚇 The JavaScript bundler for React Native.

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🚇 The JavaScript bundler for React Native.This project was previously part of the react-native repository. In this smaller repository it is easier for the team working on Metro Bundler to respond to both issues and pull requests. See react-native#13976 for the initial announcement.

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