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Improved Bundle Visualizer (named bundles, separate visualizations) #310

merlinpatt opened this Issue Jun 22, 2018 · 5 comments


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merlinpatt commented Jun 22, 2018

I would like to see the bundle visualizer get improved. With the most recent change to see both legacy and regular bundles, you can't see the tiniest of packages. It's also confusing to know which bundle is which.

To solve these issues, I propose the following

  • add the architecture to the bundle (so it will read bundle web.browser.legacy)
  • add secondary visualizations to show the bundles individually

I've actually got the code for adding the architecture ready to go. But I wanted to get it approved first before I submitted a PR.


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StorytellerCZ commented Jun 23, 2018

Looks like the first point has been already addressed: meteor/meteor#10021


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StorytellerCZ commented Jun 24, 2018

And for 2 here: meteor/meteor#10025


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merlinpatt commented Jun 24, 2018

Dang. Would a focused sunburst be of interest?

What I'm thinking is when you click any part of the sunburst, it pops up a second one next to it that shows the more focused area.


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jamesmillerburgess commented Jun 29, 2018

Sorry if I jumped the gun on your idea!

Both PRs are merged now, so if you try out the updated package it should solve the two issues you brought up.


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benjamn commented Jun 29, 2018

Something cool: since the sunburst is SVG (emphasis on Scalable), you can use your browser's zoom feature to enlarge it without any loss of resolution. That's not quite as powerful as @merlinpatt's focus idea, but it's something!

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