If you are searching for an alternative bundler to webpack, you might want to take a look at FuseBox. It builds on what webpack offers — code-splitting, hot module reloading, dynamic imports, etc. — but code-splitting in FuseBox requires zero configuration by default (although webpack will offer the same as of version 4.0).
Instead, FuseBox is built for simplicity (in the form of less complicated configuration) and performance (by including aggressive caching methods). Plus, it can be extended … Read article “Working with Fusebox and React”