I am trying out Homey app development, and I am trying to use some of the principles and practices I am used to from web applications. So I installed eslint, typescript and other tools to be able to write in similar fashions to how I am used to. However, doing this made the homey-app go from 2 MB to 14 MB (so far), and now it takes over 30 seconds just to start it up.
Also, I feel it is a little impractical to close and restart the app every time I need to test a code change.
Is there a more practical way? A watch mode (similar to when developing web applications with webpack) or something else making the development environment a bit more practical.