I was delighted to read that CodePen now has built-in support for Skypack. This is a huge step forward to working with packages on CodePen. Great addition to the product!
But what exactly is Skypack? Well, it’s the successor to the aforementioned Pika CDN *COMBINED* with the aforementioned Snowpack: Skypack not only serves ES Modules, it also converts older CommonJS Modules to ES Modules while at it.
But Skypack doesn’t stop there: it handles minification, browser polyfilling, gzip/brotli, HTTP/3, caching, and more!
Skypack is free to use for personal and commercial purposes, forever. The basic CDN is production-ready and is backed by Cloudflare, Google Cloud, and AWS. We’re fully committed to building a core piece of infrastructure you can rely on.
Fred K. Schott, one of its authors, announced it this summer at ESNext Conf — a virtual conference which I also gave a talk at.
(Fast forward to the 18 minute mark to get to the Skypack part)
Here’s a simple Confetti example: