Let’s go over some of the main differences between them:
A module bundler that generates static assets from modules and their dependencies. It can also be used to run tasks.
Has complex commands and a steeper learning curve.
Is more powerful in terms of functionality. For instance, it can be used to load only specific functions from massive libraries. This enhances the performance of the web application.
Plug-ins are easier to code and control.
Is easy to use and understand. Hence, it is preferred over Webpack for simple build functionality.
Compared to Webpack, it’s functionality is less advanced.
Offers a large variety of plug-ins.
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