I was thinking about trying out parcel... but for most of the stuff I just need webpack for vuejs + sass. I already have a working webpack config that I can just copy from project to project that works great.
I am tired of learning about more bundlers. I just want to build my apps.
Parcel has really a very small learning curve. And if your feel parcel is gaining momentum you can invest in it
I agree - it does look super easy! The only thing is I know from experience that at some point there will always be "something" that doesn't work properly or "something" that is an advanced feature that requires more digging.
I'm trying to make sure my learning is very focused (using a plan) and parcel just isn't on there.
But again, I agree, it does look very promising and - at first glance - very attractive.
Care to share your plan, or at least how you planned? My learning is scattered and needs focusing to keep making progress.
still using gulp here!
"I am tired of learning about more bundlers. I just want to build my apps." Ah, best comment ever about bundlers.
// , What, no obligatory xkcd?
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