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Jul 30th, 2018
Hasty Treat - Whats the deal with npm, yarn and lock files?!👇 Download Show✏️ Edit Show Notes
In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes discuss npm, yarn, lock files, why they're useful, why you would or wouldn't want to track them in Git and much more!
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- What is npm and yarn?
- What's the difference between npm and yarn?
- What is semver?
- What is the dependency tree?
- This is the problem that lock files solve
- Cool new features of npm and yarn
- security warnings