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ga2mer 401 days ago. link 6 points
Everything faster than WebPack, but not supported same features ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ that's why faster
misan 400 days ago. link 2 points
This does not really sound like a serious project. About half of the readme is cheap marketing jabber.
nchanged 400 days ago. link 1 point
Thanks for your response. You can check examples if you wish.
It really does what it says.
misan 398 days ago. link 1 point
I'm not saying it does not live up to its claims. But it is hard to find out with so much introduction text :)

Is there a dev-server included in fuse-box?
nchanged 398 days ago. link 1 point
I understand that. It could be more concise. The thing is I  don't have a website yet. But I have put it somewhere. 

dev-server is not there yet. But it will be supported in the very near future
DrMabuse23 377 days ago. link 1 point
I try fuse-box in a ionic2 project and it compiles from 
ionic-cli in 17 sec in fuse-box ( without the scss from ionic) in 203 MS thats a word i will have eyes on it
mgrahamjo 388 days ago. link 1 point
I tried switching to fuse-box from browserify. It was a bit faster than straight browserify, but not faster than browserify with persistify. My bundles were taking between 350-650 ms with 21 files adding up to 230k - not a large project by any means.

Ultimately I had to switch back to browserify because I do two different builds, one for dev with sourcemaps, and one for production without sourcemaps. The .fusebox cache was getting screwed up when I switched builds, causing runtime failures because modules were missing. I could remove the cache every time I start a watch or a build, but it takes 3.5 seconds to build from an empty cache, which is crazy slow.
nchanged 382 days ago. link 1 point
Sorry to hear that, we work hard every day to make FuseBox  better
eskimoblood 397 days ago. link 1 point
The question was not about a prove but explaining how it was  done, why is webpack slow, what does this project does right.
nchanged 397 days ago. link 1 point
1) Fusebox is not just a bundler it's a loader with a pretty comprehensive API, which WebPack does not offer.

2) FuseBox supports typescript out of the box. It compiles and bundles it in a matter of milliseconds

3) Unlike WebPack, FuseBox does not modify and regenerate the source code. That's a performance boost.

There is so much more,
ga2mer 401 days ago. link 1 point
"watch" or "hot module reolad" is planned?
nchanged 401 days ago. link 2 points
Yes! I am planning to add a task runner, and "hot module reload" is definitely on my list.