There are 7 repositories under esm topic.
The Full-stack Framework in Deno.
🦄 0-legacy, tiny & fast web framework as a replacement of Express
💎 Modern Streaming SSR React Framework in Deno
🚀 Jetpack – Webpack made more convenient.
Middleware and an Upload scalar to add support for GraphQL multipart requests (file uploads via queries and mutations) to various Node.js GraphQL servers.
A GraphQL client for React using modern context and hooks APIs that is lightweight (< 4 kB) but powerful; the first Relay and Apollo alternative with server side rendering.
:x: :heavy_check_mark: zero-config test runner for simple projects
Professional backend framework for Node.js
The Next.js like React framework for better User & Developer experience!
🧵 An experimental svelte compiler & watcher that works with snowpack
⚡️ TypeScript Execute (tsx): Node.js enhanced with esbuild to run TypeScript & ESM
A tool that can transform CommonJS to ESM
🦊 A simple, lightweight & framework agnostic JSON:API client
🌳 CLI tool which checks if a package is distributed in ECMAScript module format. Helps you reason if the package is tree-shakable.
The official jsDelivr API. Get npm packages, files, versions, entry points, and CDN URLs, as well as jsDelivr CDN download stats and hashes.
A Jest runner that runs tests directly in bare Node.js, without virtualizing the environment.
A compact file format to losslessly serialize an ECMAScript module graph into a single file
A centralized Babel Configuration for modern React development. (+TypeScript, FastAsync, Macros, ...)
🏄 Framework-agnostic CSRF middleware for modern Node.js
A simple Hooks wrapper over Motion One, An animation library, built on the Web Animations API for the smallest filesize and the fastest performance.
📦 🍣 Zero-config JS bundler for ESM, CommonJS, and .d.ts outputs
A curated list of Node.js Native ESM modules and resources.
Breakdown of 7 different ways to use ES modules with npm today.
This is a super tiny example of a transparent comparison between parcel and webpack and anyone else who wants to be involved.
The Ridiculous Application of Reduce