It is well researched that every second counts when it comes to customer conversion and satisfaction. The speed of your application has the potential to delight or frustrate.
Google estimates that 70% of cellular network connections globally will occur at 3G speeds or slower through 2020. People that see your application as slow will not stick around.
Webpack bundling and the npm package registry form a powerful combination for front end web development. But, when left unchecked, this power can result in oversized assets, package overuse, and redundant chunk contents. All while producing a turbulent browser cache that ends up slowing down your delivery.
You won't improve what you don't measure. We provide a webpack bundle tracker that helps you analyze your webpack asset output for every commit. We'll track your bundle size, how often they invalidate the browser's cache, and allow you to dig deeper into the makeup of any individual webpack asset.
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