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  1. webpack/webpack

    A bundler for javascript and friends. Packs many modules into a few bundled assets. Code Splitting allows to load parts for the application on demand. Through "loaders," modules can be CommonJs, AM…

    JavaScript 23k 2.6k

  2. angular/angular-cli

    CLI tool for Angular

    TypeScript 6.6k 1.2k

  3. angular-starter-es6-webpack

    This is an Angular Starter App with component and service generators using gulp for easy component development. Uses Karma-Mocha-Chai as testing suite and Babel Loader and Webpack for ES6

    JavaScript 70 48

  4. angular2-template-loader

    Chain-to loader for webpack that inlines all html and style's in angular2 components.

    JavaScript 95 36

  5. webpack-developer-kit

    webpack dev kit for writing custom plugins and loaders on the fly. Education/Exploration tool as well.

    JavaScript 54 6

  6. LazyParseWebpackPlugin

    (v8-lazy-parse-webpack-plugin) This is a webpack plugin designed to exploit the V8 engines treatment of functions with parens wrapped around them. This lazy loads the parsing decreasing initial loa…

    JavaScript 79 5

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Contribution activity First pull request First issue First repository Joined GitHub

January 2017

Created a pull request in mutualofomaha/ux-standards that received 6 comments

add eslint config for moo dxd, not published yet

This is the new standard for us inhouse that will produce a config that every project will eventually require for our pipeline. Ensures: consisten…

Created an issue in vuejs/vue-loader that received 9 comments

Loading an image source within SVG <image> xlink:href fails

(Hi all working on vue-loader, we came across this issue in our core repo from @sdras, moving it here:) First off, thanks so much for your hard wor…

9 contributions in private repositories Jan 4 – Jan 5

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