While Radpack’s Webpack plugin makes life easier, applications without bundlers can benefit equally from radpack as well.
After you’ve exported shared dependencies, you can then consume those dependencies with the radpack loader.
Eventually we hope to further improve the above use case by adding new plugin support, likely in babel, to permit mapping static and dynamic imports back to radpack for consistency with existing rollup and webpack plugins.
In the future the above example could potentially look more like:
See how testing with radpack works.