Webpack vs Browserify : By The Numbers
DMikey Anderson

When launching our isomorphic app earlier in 2015, we were surprised by the size of the bundle Browserify created. After reluctantly trying Webpack, the build was inexplicably 1/3rd the size.

The best I can surmise is that Webpack did a better job identifying duplicate dependencies (React, React Addons, etc. were always problematic it seems) and de-duped successfully.

Now, my reason for using Webpack is primarily for the insanely simple code-splitting.

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