After three years of tooling around with Webpack and Babel at Netflix, LinkedIn, and Reddit I’ve gotten some battle-won knowledge that I’d like to share with you all. Some non-intuitive tricks that lead to smaller bundles, faster parse times, browser-engine opts and de-opts, and faster perceived load times. While these examples will use Preact to make examples this apply to any application that uses these two phenomenal tools. You’ll be surprised at what you can do just turning a few knobs.
Brian is currently working as a staff user interface engineer at LinkedIn and he finds it strange that his employer sends him recruiter spam. Previously he was an engineer at Netflix and Reddit. When not working, Brian finds time to teach on Frontend Masters, run his mouth on Front End Happy Hour, travel all over the world, and play with his adorable dog. Brian is currently a resident of San Francisco, CA.
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