Hey,

This week Andrea Giammarchi excited me with his article about a bloatless web. In that article he describes how we blindly use Babel as developers when we write JavaScript to be able to write modern ECMAScript. But we usually don’t realize that transpiling all our modern code in modern browser isn’t the most efficient way. And I’m glad that Andrea also offers some ideas on how we can improve that situation and improve our web apps’ performance. Wouldn’t it be amazing to just serve a third of the bundle size by not transpiling the code anymore for every browser?

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