The primary takeaway — mine at least — was that code-splitting for CSS would become a first class priority. You would be able to get css files generated for each of your dynamic “code splitting” chunks, and calls to
import() would get you 2 files: JS + CSS. Here’s a quote from the article:
In the long term we want to make it possible to add first-class module support for CSS to webpack. This will work the following way:
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