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Discussion on: Bundling a front-end library?

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Jan Zheng

This is all new to me, but I've been trying to follow Svelte / SvelteKit's progress and their process of moving to Vite. Another interesting player in the space. They had a few good writeups and presentations on why they moved to Vite from Snowpack

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Jesse von Doom Author

We've just started embracing Vite more and work and wow I wish I'd found it sooner. Really, really impressive using it! Hadn't even thought about this use case in a minute and yeah I think you're on to sometihng.

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Radhy • Edited on

Same here, been following SvelteKit and Vite progress for a while. Previously I've been following Snowpack solely because SvelteKit, and now that SvelteKit has migrated to Vite, I'm starting in getting touch with Vite. Tried to migrate my Sapper + Webpack project (which is currently being proposed to GftW!) to a whole new SvelteKit + Vite setup because my laptop is at its limit opening VS Code + Nodejs webpack dev server + MS Edge at the same time, but met with circular dependency issue that prevents me from doing so.

At the moment my solution to my problem is basically ditch Windows 10 for a lighter Ubuntu. But still, can't wait the day to wholly work on all my projects on SvelteKit and Vite!