npm weekly #225: npm gives thanks ❤️, meet arborist, JSConf Japan and more

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Nov 28, 2019 · 3 min read

We are thankful for you! ❤️

In celebration of Thanksgiving, the npm wombats wanted to share their gratitude for you, our awesome community. We’ll be back next week with lots of big news to share — stay tuned!

JSConf Japan

Are you attending JSConf JP later this week (November 30-December 1 — the first JSConf event in Japan!)? Don’t miss Claudia Hernández’s talk, “npm i -g @next-and-beyond: Building the future of package management,” where they’ll demystify the npm CLI and chat about what’s coming up with With v7 and v8. Get more details here.

Console cheat sheet for JavaScript developers

Learn how to use the browser console effectively for debugging with this clear and straight-to-the-point tutorial from Jagathish Saravanan. Enjoy!

Recommended project: Node Task List

Check out Node Task List, an interactive CLI tool that lists and run package.json scripts, developed by npm's own Ruy Adorno! v5 was just released earlier this week, adding support to repeat last task, along with many other improvements, a new project name and logo.

Get it now:

npm install -g ntl

Are you using npm to build something cool? Let us know and we’ll help get the word out!

What we’re reading: What I Wish I Knew Before I Learned to Code

Here’s an article we can all relate to: Paula Tulis shares three lessons from their experience learning to code, including how your brain will forever be changed once diving into the world of programming, how to practice prioritization, and how to know when you should go after a goal.

Meet npm

Don’t miss these exciting events and your chance to stock up on npm swag!

Did you know?

The same tools that empower developers to work together on Open Source projects can make teams more efficient when collaborating on mission-critical applications. Meet npm Orgs:

  • Publish and download private packages

Learn how npm Orgs can help your team. Now you know, and knowing is half the battle.

Meet arborist, the new tree doctor for npm

The new tree doctor for npm is here! It can handle any arrangement of packages on disk (in node_modules, or linked elsewhere), correctly determines what is depending on what (and what is extraneous), and so much more. Thanks to arborist, npm v7 will be faster and npm v7.1 (and on) will start shipping new features with way less work. Check it out here!

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npm is the package manager for JavaScript and the world’s largest software registry.

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npm is the package manager for JavaScript and the world‘s largest software registry. Here are some of our thoughts.

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