Vue.js Developers Issue #19 - Code Splitting With Vue.js And Webpack, GitLab was at VueConf 2017! and more

A downside to bundling your single page app with Webpack is that you could end up with a huge bundle
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Vue.js Developers Issue #19 - Code Splitting With Vue.js And Webpack, GitLab was at VueConf 2017! and more
By Anthony Gore • Issue #19 • View online
A downside to bundling your single page app with Webpack is that you could end up with a huge bundle file.  This means a slow initial loading time, which can be very problematic for mobile users, not to mention SEO penalties.
This week, I share about code splitting your Vue.js app, which is the process of fragmenting your bundle into smaller files to ensure users only download the code they need, when they need it. 
In other news, we have two interesting personal accounts from VueConf 2017. Check out what the authors learned from the conference, along with other awesome articles below. 

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