With the v7.4 release, npm 4 became the bundled, default package manager for Node.js. In the meantime, Facebook released their own package manager solution, called Yarn. In this article we dive into what these package managers offer, what's the difference between them, and how they evolved.
Let's take a look at the state of Node.js package managers and what they can do for you! I'll also try to help you to pick one between npm and yarn!
Yarn or npm in 2018? What's the difference?
Since the original publish date of the article (January, 2017), a lot has changed for npm and yarn too. Most importantly, with the
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