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Webpack - A bundler for javascript and friends

  •    Javascript

Webpack is a module bundler. Its main purpose is to bundle JavaScript files for usage in a browser, yet it is also capable of transforming, bundling, or packaging just about any resource or asset.

start - :red_circle: Functional task runner for Node.js

  •    TypeScript

Coming soon. All the packages in this repository are released under the terms of the MIT License.

asbundle - A minimalistic JS bundler

  •    Javascript

A minimalistic CommonJS bundler. This module is a perfect ascjs companion to create CommonJS bundles.

ascjs - ES2015 to CommonJS import/export transformer

  •    HTML

This module does one thing only: it loosely transpiles ES2015 import/export statements into valid CommonJS in order to fix the only part of Node that's incompatible with modern JS. You can use ascjs as binary utility or as module.




esmify - parse and handle import/export for browserify

  •    Javascript

A dead-simple tool to add import / export ES Module syntax to your browserify builds. Files that don't contain import / export syntax are ignored, as are dynamic import expressions. The plugin runs across your bundle (including node_modules) in order to support ESM-authored modules on npm.

node-web-loader - A custom module loader and global shim for Node to make it compatible with the browser

  •    Javascript

A custom module loader and global shim for Node to make it compatible with the browser. The goal is to make code that works in browsers first, but can run in Node by using this loader.

esm-iso - Isomorphic ESM Loader

  •    Javascript

An esm companion for isomorphic JS modules. Try out the live demo with its example code.

npm-es-modules - Breakdown of 7 different ways to use ES modules with npm today.

  •    Javascript

Breakdown of 7 different ways to use ES modules with npm today. ES Modules are the future of JavaScript, but unlike many other es@next features that developers have raced to take advantage of mainly thanks to build tools like babel, working with ES modules alongside of existing NPM modules is a lot harder to get started with.


bundler-performance-benchmark - This is a super tiny example of a transparent comparison between parcel and webpack and anyone else who wants to be involved

  •    Javascript

Showing numbers means nothing if you can't back it up. This is a joint effort between all bundlers involved to create a fair and unbiased set of benchmarks for build and size performance. Need help organizing and setting up multiple real world scenarios for all bundlers to run.

webrun - A custom environment based on Node to run Web-first ESM modules

  •    Javascript

A custom module loader and global shim for Node to make it compatible with the browser. The goal is to make code that works in browsers first, but can also run anywhere that Node runs.

babel-plugin-rewire-exports - Babel plugin for stubbing [ES6, ES2015] module exports

  •    Javascript

Babel plugin for stubbing (ES6, ES2015) module exports. It allows to rewire the exported values in all the importing modules. Unlike babel-plugin-rewire it doesn't modify the module internals (e.g. imports and top-level variables and functions). See How it works section for implementation details. The master branch targets Babel v7. 0.x branch supports Babel v6.