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Why not put all the configs in a separate package, reducing the boilerplate to zero?

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Have you ever had to copy configs of ESlint, Babel, Webpack, and other tools from project to project? Your package.json already has so many plugins that you can't find real project dependencies among them? What if you could get rid of all unnecessary dependencies by putting them into separate thematic packages? And all the configs would be reduced to a single line of import, and the boilerplate to 100 bytes.


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