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Wednesday, June 24 • 4:10pm - 4:40pm
The Minimum Viable Chunk - Jan Krems, Google

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What is code splitting? And how far can we take it? There’s a lot of code that goes into modern web applications. Today’s bundlers can help to send just the code a user needs when they need it. But they often just scratch the surface of what’s possible.

This talk asks the question: What if there was no limit to how small a chunk can be? And how close to that can we get in practice? We’ll start with existing tools and recent developments and work our way up to techniques that push the envelope of what is possible today.

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Jan Krems

Software Engineer, Google
Jan Krems is a developer working on web build tools at Google. He is also a node.js collaborator where he mostly focuses on support for native modules. Also, if you want to chat about TV production and emerging platforms for narrative content, Jan will be all ears.

Wednesday June 24, 2020 4:10pm - 4:40pm CDT
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