In Madisoft it’s been a long time since we use Webpack to manage the project bundling and organize the bundles of our static resources.

Going to migrate the Webpack versions up to the current 4.20.2 it was necessary to have a tool that would allow us to:

  • Analyze the real dependencies that were included in our bundles
  • Check expensive dependencies in terms of space or unnecessary dependencies

This tool has been identified in the Webpack Bundle Analyzer that scans the files of the build and, through a convenient interactive treemap interface, shows the dependencies inside each bundle.

I invite you to read the whole article in madisoft.labs

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For the last 15 years, Stefano Frasca has worked with a variety of web technologies both backend and frontend. He is currently focused on front-end development. On his day to day job, he is working as a FullStack developer & Frontend dev fan at Immobiliare Labs IT. He has worked remotely for years, passionate about photography, food and code 😎
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