When I make my elm application, my output file size is close to 400k. Is this normal? I have tried the
--optimize flag and that drops the size a little.
Are there any good techniques to finding out where the fat is, trimming it, and reducing the file size?
You can reduce the asset size by using elm-minify after
Read the Minification section of the guide to understand how it is done or to do it manually.
Intent: Need clarification
Question: How many pages does this app have more or less? That could help us to make a better informed statements.
400k after minify and gzip? (for production purposes, all output should be minified and gzipped)
To give you some context, the elm-spa-example compiled has
385kb, if you add
--optimize it drops to
370kb if you use
elm-minify on the optimized output, the size becomes
93kb and that file gzipped is
Thanks for all the answers.
elm-minify did a pretty good job!
│ source │ rel path │ kb size │
│ input │ dist/elm.js │ 847.308 │
│ output │ dist/elm.min.js │ 193.96 │
│ gzip │ │ 67.4 │
Does anyone know how to incorporate elm-minify into webpack?
Hi Brendan - I’ve opened an issue regarding Webpack integration, and will do some work to provide guidance, perhaps with an example, but definitely with docs
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