Oct 12, 2016 | 1 min read min read
Node.js allows developers to automate tasks that would otherwise take a lot of time. Installing these packages, including their dependencies with the correct versioning, is not an easy — or quick — task.
Until yesterday, the only way to do that was by running npm (Node Package Manager), which was slow. Sometimes very slow. Developers have tried implementing time-saving caching support on top of npm, but it never really took off.
Another problem with npm was version and dependency handling; npm canlock packages to a specific version, but this is not enabled by default.
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