Today I want to share some thoughts on the current state of NPM packages infrastructure. I’m pretty sure that NPM is very good thing:
- It’s easy to use. Seriously, I love the way it’s working. Recent changes, like adding
package.lock.jsonare making NPM better and better every day;
- It has a good community and it’s very popular. You can literally find everything that you need here;
However I’m a bit disappointed in the current state of dependency graphs for most of the popular packages.
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