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Performance features in webpack 2
Webpack 2 is out for a while now with some interesting features which can help to control and improve the performance of your application. For this reason, we are going to talk about these features here in this blog post. I’m gonna start by talking about
tree shakingfeature which helps to reduce the size of your bundle by excluding unused exports in it. Then, I will briefly describe
code splittingfeature and how brand new
performanceconfiguration object can help you to use this feature properly.
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