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Steal - Universal module loader

  •    Javascript

steal is unique because it can load JavaScript modules defined in ES6, AMD, and CommonJS formats (unlike most other module loaders, which only support one of these formats at a time). In JavaScript, the word "modules" refers to small units of independent, reusable code. They are the foundation of many JavaScript design patterns, and can look like this in ES6.

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.

microbundle - 📦 Zero-configuration bundler for tiny modules.

  •    Javascript

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.

Parcel - Blazing fast, zero configuration web application bundler

  •    Javascript

Parcel is a blazing fast zero configuration web application bundler. It automatically transforms modules using Babel, PostCSS, and PostHTML when needed - even node_modules. It has out of the box support for JS, CSS, HTML, file assets, and more - no plugins to install.




pax - The fastest JavaScript bundler in the galaxy.

  •    Rust

The fastest JavaScript bundler in the galaxy. Fully supports ECMAScript module syntax (import/export) in addition to CommonJS require(<string>). Because your bundler is too slow.

minipack - 📦 A simplified example of a modern module bundler written in JavaScript

  •    Javascript

As front-end developers, we spend a lot of time working with tools like Webpack, Browserify, and Parcel. Understanding how those tools work can help us make better decisions on how we write our code. By understanding how our code turns into a bundle and how that bundle looks like we can also debug it better.

webpack-demo - Introduction to Webpack 4

  •    HTML

An introduction to Webpack 4 for Sitepoint.

ui5-tooling - UI5 Build and Development Tooling: Main Repository

  •    Shell

This is an alpha release! The UI5 Build and Development Tooling described here is not intended for productive use yet. Breaking changes are to be expected. Checkout the OpenUI5 Sample App (ui5-tooling branch) featuring a full blown How-to to play around with the UI5 Build and Development Tooling.


tinypack - A simple TypeScript module bundler

  •    TypeScript

Run with tinypack. Run bin/tinypack in the project root.