serverless-esbuild - 💨 A Serverless framework plugin to bundle JavaScript and TypeScript with extremely fast esbuild

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Note: The default JavaScript syntax target is determined from serverless provider configuration otherwise set to [node10], so the final bundle will be supported by all AWS Lambda Node.js runtimes. If you still using an old lambda runtime and have to respect it you can play with esbuild target option, see JavaScript syntax support for more details about syntax transform limitations. Check esbuild documentation for the full list of available options. Note that some options like entryPoints or outdir cannot be overwritten. The package specified in the exclude option is passed to esbuild as external, but it is not included in the function bundle either. The default value for this option is ['aws-sdk'].

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Dependencies:

bestzip : ^2.2.0
chokidar : ^3.4.3
esbuild : >=0.8
fs-extra : ^9.0.1
globby : ^11.0.1
ramda : ^0.27.0
string.prototype.matchall : ^4.0.4

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