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The next-generation JavaScript module bundler.

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Shout-out to @lukastaegert for his stellar work maintaining and further optimizing @rollupjs. We are very grateful! https://t.co/ybfREj2ROU
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11/18
2017
Here are some links that showcase what has been happening at @RollupJS regarding #treeshaking recently: https://t.co/51BfJSy6h6
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11/15
2017
talking about @RollupJS at #jskongress deep track! https://t.co/5mXXLGcQyy
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11/14
2017
It's the blog post I wish had existed when I was looking for a way to distribute @flowtype definitions when using… https://t.co/hRVqJDBiF7
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11/13
2017
To anyone following @RollupJS's progress: I just release v0.51.5 which should finally resolve most serious blockers… https://t.co/TCITeoW2pa
Retweeted by RollupSo @JSKongress invited me to host a session about @RollupJS next week! What an honour! Now all I need is a good title...
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11/12
2017
@wmhilton @JamesJefferyUK you'd be surprised how controversial it was - a lot of folks reeeeallly want to be able t… https://t.co/FaaLynQAaT @wmhilton @JamesJefferyUK Oh, neat! Will have to study your impl. Yeah, have seen some issues in my inbox re babel,… https://t.co/2pYM3PNnK3Holy shit @rollupjs is amazing. I've been using webpack and browserify while living under a rock 🦕
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10/27
2017
@znck0 You don't. Just worry about the sourcemap representing your own transformation, Rollup will compose them together for you @RollupJS is really good for libraries. The https://t.co/hc6PByI2AG was 8.6 KB (bundled by #WebPack), now it is 5.82 KB.
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10/26
2017
Create client side bundles with @RollupJS, use npm and commonjs no setup required!! Remix this on @glitch https://t.co/DBzq2em5dn ✨🌯🌯🌯🌯🦄
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10/23
2017
@zulaica yep, afraid it'll be down until @zeithq is working again or I get a chance to migrate to another provider, I'm afraid :( @ZaLiTHkA an extreme but understandable workaround! @ZaLiTHkA yeah, it seems to be an ongoing problem with https://t.co/Vw0zmfQVXq. Hopefully fixed soon
10/20
2017
@poeticGeek Thanks, no I wasn't. Will look into it when I'm next in front of a computer
10/16
2017
To test @RollupJS's new object-shape-tracking you can npm install rollup@github:lukastaegert/rollup#simple-object-shape-tracking-bundled
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10/8
2017
@FezVrasta @kentcdodds eventually, yeah. not sure exactly what it'll look like @kentcdodds not worry about translating it. If AMD, you can use `require([...])` but then it becomes async... there… https://t.co/wcXcV6B9Pg @kentcdodds If you're targeting IIFE, you can just `import` it and it kinda doesn't matter if it's there or not. If… https://t.co/wrkBUbvvSW @kentcdodds Not sure you can do that with UMD output — there's no way of conditionally requiring something that can… https://t.co/8aoNtQ7ihE
9/27
2017
@raphaelokon_ if you're using --watch, yes @kentcdodds Use import instead of require? @raphaelokon_ let cache; async function build() const b = await rollup({ cache, ...opts }); cache = b; await… https://t.co/zkMRYCe4dh @kentcdodds so Rollup doesn't even know you have a dependency on any-package-at-all @kentcdodds sorry, been off twitter... the reason this is happening is you're mixing `require` with `export`. Means… https://t.co/qUltd36XDP
9/26
2017
You can now use WebAssembly with Rollup, thanks to @jamenmarz! https://t.co/EGTJmlFdbhRollup 0.50 is out, with a bevy of tree-shaking improvements by @lukastaegert
9/16
2017
@robpalmer2 @lukastaegert @popeindustries That'd be nice. I struggled to imagine this at first, but was recently in… https://t.co/dooaqNKfpi
9/14
2017
My #threejs extension is now on NPM. Yay! Also more ES6-friendly, built with @RollupJS - https://t.co/T7dFgD9ElT
Retweeted by Rollup @kentcdodds @erikras You should try both and compare! @erikras @kentcdodds https://t.co/7wEuq193Kc
9/8
2017
@Rich_Harris, I'm live streaming right now and preparing a reproduction repo for a regression in rollup@0.49.0 :) https://t.co/1TOTESC0MO
Retweeted by RollupSeems like all the JS projects I'm working on are switching to @Rich_Harris's @RollupJS, which is A-OK by me as its so wonderful.
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9/7
2017
@DenisIzmaylov @lukastaegert @AndaristRake @evocateur Your bundle will be smaller and will start faster - that's th… https://t.co/lNbThZwCrb
9/4
2017
@helgevold @lukastaegert @AndaristRake @evocateur Depending on the codebase, anywhere from 0 to lots - don't know w… https://t.co/COyd4YyA2IRollup 0.49 has a new tree shaking algo thanks to some INCREDIBLE work by @lukastaegert. Also, fixes from @AndaristRake and @evocateur 🎉❤️
8/27
2017
@svensauleau I know! But there are a million other tasks. Will maybe get round to that later... @RollupJS I made a (very) quick Babel plugin to migrate the configuration https://t.co/OePatJhbq5
Retweeted by RollupPSA — Rollup 0.48 will introduce some config changes. No breakage (in theory! 🤞) but you'll see deprecation warnings https://t.co/Pp48nok6Nq
8/20
2017
An answer to the frequent question 'why doesn't Rollup automatically bundle stuff in node_modules?' https://t.co/ygdk2CHB4s
8/16
2017
Setting up @RollupJS with livereload and a basic server got real easy, dang. 👏🏻👏🏻 https://t.co/n4Ojg9PwKD https://t.co/zm7DI6UkuY
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8/11
2017
@FezVrasta good q! base64 will inflate size by 33%, which might be a problem depending on how large it is to begin… https://t.co/70xHENcdUe
7/26
2017
Interview of @Rich_Harris, the author of @RollupJS, a module bundler for #JavaScript https://t.co/x6bY96Wo2o
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7/10
2017
Using @RollupJS with React is sooo nice. Smaller page weights 😊
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7/8
2017
@sebastiansoft @indutny @Jhnnns @TheLarkInn @substack @feross You can use rollup-plugin-commonjs, it also supports… https://t.co/wZsPxNtJrhPublished modular-css 6.0.2 in all the varieties. Small compat bugfixes and oh yeah, @RollupJS watching works again. 😳
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7/6
2017
@TheLarkInn @Rich_Harris @matthewdeaners Limiting factor is time rather than anything else, tbh - but yes, would de… https://t.co/xMuaHUwwLM
6/29
2017
Released 0.42, which fixes a few annoying bugs. Onward!
6/3
2017
#MobX is now bundled using @RollupJS, tnx to @rossipedia. Simplifies build greatly.
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5/31
2017
I am blown away with how easy it was to convert a lib to @RollupJS
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5/5
2017
Teraz máme slovenskú dokumentáciu (We now have Rollup documentation in Slovak), kvôli @getpingui!… https://t.co/6zgFrnICZK @actual_evschris 😂
4/30
2017
We've added i18n support to https://t.co/JZBA7b6ok3 — if you'd like to see Rollup docs in your language, hit us up! https://t.co/QUYtdGPguN
4/27
2017
@FezVr4sta @TheLarkInn I advocate transpiling down to ES5 (except import/export obvs) because otherwise your consum… https://t.co/BKr27PxYC0 @shellscape Cc @vijithassar. We're on it! Though don't expect war and peace - Rollup intends to have a small surfac… https://t.co/RxRa0nlYym
4/20
2017
Released version 7.0.0 of my vanilla LazyLoad! The code was made modular for testing using @RollupJS to build UMD https://t.co/uxqmlYa0nI
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4/13
2017
rollup-plugin-postcss@0.3.1 is finally out (with css extraction and sourcemap support) /cc @RollupJS @PostCSS https://t.co/V2CCVG67Aw
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4/10
2017
@dan_abramov The @RollupJS output is amazing. A perfect chronological walkthrough how the internals work https://t.co/dvxlXdePa2
Retweeted by Rollup @RollupJS is coming to recompose https://t.co/fqoTD9zVvo amazing results
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4/9
2017
Hey, #JavaScript'ers, we got together with @Rich_Harris to teach you the difference between #webpack and @RollupJS! https://t.co/65uGxnGcHp
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4/6
2017
.@dan_abramov @trueadm So, @RollupJS now powers Vue, Ember, Preact, Riot... and React. (And D3, PouchDB, Three.js,… https://t.co/axT9gbANxn
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4/4
2017
@TheLarkInn of a beer in NYC, so, not bad), but thoroughly endorse the 7 steps @TheLarkInn I labored over 'funny' answers in the form of a poll but Twitter didn't include it in the tweet. Anyway… https://t.co/fz3x2xe6Npwait, you can't embed an RT and a poll in the same tweet? Yet Twitter lets you construct the poll? FFS, this site is the pitsShould Rollup sign up for monthly cash from webpack in exchange for doing these things? https://t.co/YqkJPlESgP @jongold Might need a custom resolver plugin - Rollup expects imports to have file extensions (but makes an exception for .js)At @AppfolioEng we just contributed @RollupJS bundling to Reactstrap (Bootstrap4+@reactjs). Size from 295kB to 111kB https://t.co/uCUCTq4qKp
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4/1
2017
@virtualesteem this is great! @RollupJS Built a tool that tells you the cost of adding an npm package to your app - https://t.co/17aEaUK1GY Uses rollup under the hood.
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3/29
2017
@TheLarkInn lemme see if I get some spare cycles this week to make a start @TheLarkInn want to collaborate on a 'when to use Webpack and when to use Rollup' post?
3/27
2017
Little known fact: Steve Miller was an early fan of Rollup https://t.co/JP9sOHtKP1 @dwieeb hopefully that's just slow DNS propagation... saw that a couple of times as well at one pointGave the website a bit of a spruce up — faster and now served over HTTPS. Shout if you see any bugs! https://t.co/JZBA7b6ok3
3/26
2017
@RollupJS Build my first bundle using rollup.js today. Bumpy at first, but very comfortable after RTFM. 👌
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3/24
2017
After well over a year of being loyal to webpack I gave @RollupJS a try this evening. Super fast, nice & easy to configure. Big thumbs up 👍
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3/21
2017
The order of @RollupJS plugins is important! Put rollup-plugin-replace with process.env.NODE_ENV = "production" at the top for the win. 1/2
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3/15
2017

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