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Gutenberg is mostly made in JS, so I'm using create-guten-block to create some custom blocks. If multiple plugins use this to create blocks, is it a problem that these scripts get compiled and loaded for each plugin instance. Like React, being enqueued multiple times, doesn't it slow the page down?

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Any WordPress-packaged scripts enqueued properly via wp_enqueue_script won't load multiple times. If two different plugins rely on the same dependencies, thanks to the enqueue logic, those dependencies will only be loaded once.

create-guten-block only contains javascript relevant to the custom block itself, and sets wp-blocks, wp-i18n, and wp-element (the abstraction layer WP uses on top of React) as its dependencies. See /src/init.php of the generated block code.

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