Using Optimize-JS with Meteor

Our team at work has been doing a lot of research on how to reduce the startup time for our app, which has a ~6mb bundle being pushed to the client. While we are exploring options for dynamic imports, we are also looking at other options, and came across optimize-js ( to improve client-side parsing.

I’m curious if anyone has any experience with this tool. Is it something that could be useful with a meteor app, or does meteor’s packaging system already do something similar when bundling your js? Thanks!

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