npm weekly #216: npm is turning 10!, don’t miss our next webinar, and much more

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Sep 26 · 3 min read

Don’t miss our next webinar!

How is your artifact manager working out for you? In theory, a one-size-fits-all artifact manager sounds like the perfect solution for security, compliance and automation concerns across multiple teams and ecosystems. However, it doesn’t always perform as promised.

Join npm’s Daniel Sauble on Tuesday, October 8 at 10am PT, to discuss the ups and down of working with a polyglot artifact manager and how npm can help.

Using open source safely

npm’s head of product, Daniel Sauble, spoke at Donut.js earlier this week regarding using open source safely. Here, Daniel is explaining how 95% of your web app can be dependencies — code you didn’t write!

If you’re in the Portland area and interested in a monthly event featuring talks on tech, community, and creativity (served with donuts and friendliness!), check out Donut.js!

Meet up with npm’s CTO, Ahmad Nassri!

Join npm CTO Ahmad Nassri on a continent near you!

  • Sep 30 — Oct 1: ViewSourceConf in Amsterdam.
    Ahmad will be a part of the Browser Panel: Commitments to the Web Platform.
  • Oct 22: FinJS in New York.
    Ahmad will be presenting “Modern Patterns in Modular Software Architectures.”

What we’re reading: Configuring an Angular CLI project with GraphQL

Web developer Chaz Gatian is passionate about emerging technologies, and Angular in particular. Their blog posts are a treasure trove of tips and tricks, such as how to how to configure an empty Angular CLI project to get it up to speed with a top notch developer experience. Check it out!

We’re turning 10!

We’re excited to be celebrating our 10th anniversary this upcoming Sunday, September 29th! Thank you all for being a part of our journey!

Keep an eye here to follow our tale of npm’s path over the past decade.

Recommended project: NativeForms

Tired of spending countless hours building forms, surveys and polls? Check out NativeForms, by venits, designed specifically for React Native apps.

It comes complete with an admin panel and form editor, so everything can be easily controlled without code changes. Learn more about it here.

Share your project!

We love to feature projects created by customers and members of the npm community. If your team is using npm to build something cool, let us know!

Meet npm Orgs and npm Enterprise

Is your team in need of private packages or team management tools? Or perhaps you’re looking for private registry hosting and compliance features for your enterprise. Learn more about how npm’s portfolio of solutions can help you.

Welcome to “So you think you know JavaScript?” — the mini game

As we’re approaching the end of the week, we thought you’d like to take a break for a bit of fun. Check out Senior Developer Amandeep Singh’s “So you think you know JavaScript?” mini game and share your score!

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