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    @Spirited Webpack's main purpose is to compile. What you have is the additional plugins (not really called plugins but fits the purpose here) that allow you to run things like 'hot-reload' which automatically pick up changes you make in your js(x) or (s)css files. This is meant for just development purposes. Once you are done developing and ready to release, you let webpack create a production built where you don't have a lot of development plugins. What you end up with is a minified javascript file and minified css file or possibly multiple with chunks (only load what you need). TLDR: If you want to check the 'real' performance of your application which consists of webpack, you just have to run a production built to see.

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