Lately I am coming a across a couple of those tools that promise to remove the bundling overhead and pain from our projects. I already mentioned snowpack.
This "hq" just looks like it is a preconfigured bundler, I didn't try it, but it sounds like every framework "play by its rules and you are fine" but when you leave the paths laid out you are on your own.
Lightning fast, zero configuration, web application development server https://hqjs.org
🎁️ No bundling
To reflect project structure in the browser and make it easier to understand and develop
🏂 Zero configuration
> npm install -g @hqjs/hq ... > hq
Google also seems to work on something like that too, sounds like a Cloud9 clone to me.
What if you could have a full dev setup + server in a single 150kb JS module?— @_developit May 21, 2020
What if that setup included ~instant Hot Module Replacement, JSX support, sourcemaps & friendly errors?
What if you never had to run `npm install` and your node_modules directory was 0 bytes? pic.twitter.com/QotoWLQh65