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How To Speed Up Continuous Integration Build With New NPM CI And package-lock.json

It never hurts to get some more speed (📷 by chuttersnap)

While very controversial, the recent npm release 5.7.0 brought some amazing features which will have noticeable positive impact on your development workflow!

From official changelog

The new npm ci command installs from your lock-file ONLY. If your package.json and your lock-file are out of sync…




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Tomas Trajan

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