Anshul Goyal
Jan 5, 2021 ⋅ 3 min read

Speed up JavaScript builds with spack bundler in Rust

Anshul Goyal I love to code and use new technologies.

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2 Replies to "Speed up JavaScript builds with <code>spack</code> bundler in Rust"

  1. ❝a faster, better compiled, and optimized language like Python or Rust❞
    Are you kidding? OK for Rust, but Python is anything but.

    1. when I read the title I assumed that this article must written by some skilled professional in the industry.

      But then realised that It is written by someone who even don’t know that
      python is not compiled and optimised.

      It is definitely very slow when compared to JavaScript running in V8.

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