Node.js From Beginning Part #4 – Node Package Manager (NPM)
In the fourth episode of Node.js from Beginning we will learn all about Node Package Manager (NPM).
NPM is both a CLI tool (actual node package manager) as well as a registry of third party modules/packages/dependencies. The CLI tool allows us to download/install modules/packages/dependencies from the official registry.
At the start of this video we’re going to learn more about npmjs.com site (official NPM’s site) and learn the basic package structure that every package follows.
After that, we’re going to learn how we can install different types of dependencies (“regular”, “development” and “global” ones).
Next, we’re going to learn what is the semantic versioning as well as how can we update our dependencies using a built in
At the very end we’re going to go over what we learned in a short summary.
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