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Kumar Abhirup
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Jan 6, 2022 ⋅ 4 min read

Tree shaking JSON files with webpack

Kumar Abhirup I am Kumar Abhirup, founder at Beam Community, Inc. I'm in school and from Pune, India. I write about coding, tech, and everything I know.

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2 Replies to "Tree shaking JSON files with webpack"

  1. Hey thanks for the article. In the last part about CSS free shaking, shouldn’t it be `sideEffects: false` instead?

    Cheers,
    Salim

    1. Hi, Kumar here. I checked the article & scraped the internet about this, I can confirm it should be `sideEffects: true`.

      Though, would love to know why you think it should be `false` instead. Thank you so much for reading, love the feedback!

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