|Babel Improves JSX Optimization|
|Written by Kay Ewbank|
|Thursday, 09 April 2020|
There's a minor upgrade to Babel ahead of the 8.0 release expected in the next few months. The current update adds support for TypeScript 3.8 and improves the optimization for JSX transforms.
One improvement in the new version is greatly reduced bundle sizes when using the module/nomodule pattern. This has been achieved thanks to work on the preset modules to find a way to reduce bundle sizes when using the module/nomodule pattern. The preset modules provide a way to apply optimizations to all
This release also adds full support for TypeScript 3.8, which introduced explicit type-only imports and exports and for Flow 0.120, which introduced the declare modifier for class fields.
The developers have also worked with the React team to provide a new JSX transform that will make it possible for React and React-like libraries to further optimize the creation of JSX elements.
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|Last Updated ( Thursday, 09 April 2020 )|