Webpack is one of the most popular bundlers around today. Tons of production apps and frameworks, such as Next.js, Create React App, and more, use it for bundling and building. Additionally, it has the largest library of plugins out of any bundler. However, times have changed since Webpack’s inception, and now it is not the best tool for lots of cases.
Everything revolves around the cloud in today's world, allowing applications to do things that could not be done on the client. However, doing this incurs many costs, and if done incorrectly, can significantly slow down your applications. A lot of these problems can be solved by changing cloud providers or services. While most companies use things such as AWS (Amazon Web Services), or GCP (Google Cloud Platform), a newer competitor, Cloudflare, has managed to make many technological advantages in cost and performance. In this article, we will look at various Cloudflare services and how they compare to different cloud providers.
Frameworks can be very helpful. They help people reuse code through components and allow for more of a declarative coding style. Chances are, if you are reading this, you have used one before, whether it is React, Angular, Vue.js, Alpine, Preact, or another of the many frameworks.