FrontEnd-Ops Resources

Bundle analysis

  • webpack-bundle-analyzer - Webpack plugin and CLI utility that represents bundle content as convenient interactive zoomable treemap
  • source-map-explorer - Analyze and debug space usage through source maps
  • bundle-stats - Analyze bundle stats(bundle size, assets, modules, packages) and compare the results between different builds. Support for webpack, rspack, rollup and vite.
  • Statoscope - Statoscope is a toolkit to analyze and validate webpack bundle
  • rsdoctor - A one-stop build analyzer for Rspack and Webpack.
  • gradejs - GradeJS analyzes production Webpack bundles without having access to the source code of a website. Instantly see vulnerabilities, outdated packages, and more just by entering a web application URL.
  • Bundle Buddy - A tool to understand your bundle size and why files are in your bundle
  • nextjs-bundle-analysis - A github action that provides detailed bundle analysis on PRs for next.js apps
  • inspectpack - An inspection tool for Webpack frontend JavaScript bundles.

Bundle size

  • Size Limit - Calculate the real cost to run your JS app or lib to keep good performance. Show error in pull request if the cost exceeds the limit
  • compressed-size-action - GitHub Action that adds compressed size changes to your PRs.
  • BundleSize - Keep your bundle size in check

Dependency analysis and management

  • Bundle Phobia
  • knip - Find unused files, dependencies and exports in your JavaScript and TypeScript projects. Knip it before you ship it!
  • Skott - All-in-one devtool to automatically analyze, search and visualize dependencies from JavaScript, TypeScript (JSX/TSX) and Node.js (ES6, CommonJS)
  • Wireit - Wireit upgrades your npm/pnpm/yarn scripts to make them smarter and more efficient.
  • verdaccio - A lightweight Node.js private proxy registry
  • yarn-deduplicate - Deduplication tool for yarn.lock files
  • dependency-cruiser - Validate and visualize dependencies. Your rules. JavaScript, TypeScript, CoffeeScript. ES6, CommonJS, AMD.