inxs Posted January 17, 2018 Share Posted January 17, 2018 Hello guys, In our angular 4 application with webpack we are using the NPM package of babylonjs. After I ran the following lines of code ... npm run build-release-bundle-analyze and npm run bundle-report ... I realized that Babylon takes a lot of space of the total application size: How does it come that babylon.max.js is used inside a release bundle instead of the minified version? Can you in future seperate the "core" package of babylon even more so the "heavy" stuff, which some people may not need (we are not developing a game with bjs), can be left out? Regards and Thanks Johannes Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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