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  1. The npm Meltdown Uncovers Serious Security Risks

    Earlier this week, as almost everyone reading this article knows, npm experienced a brief service interruption where npm install would fail for heaps of popular packages …

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  2. Keeping Your npm Dependencies Immutable

    I’ve been bitten a few times by dependencies using semver ranges such as ^1.0.1 where the dependency introduced a “non-breaking” change that ended …

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  3. Pragmatic Semantic Versioning

    These are short-form “thoughts”, in addition to the usual longer-form articles in the blog. The goal is to publish one of these every weekday. I’d …

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  4. A BrowserSync Primer

    BrowserSync is a browser testing tool, similar to LiveReload. It also synchronizes across browsers and is going to provide HTML injection in the very near future, …

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  5. Choose: Grunt, Gulp, or npm?

    Deciding on a technology is always hard. You don’t want to make commitments you won’t be able to back out of, but eventually you’ll have to make a …

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  6. Gulp, Grunt, Whatever

    Gulp is a recently spawned streaming build system which shows a lot of promise. It brings a really terse code-base to the table, which you can actually walk through in …

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  7. 9 Quick Tips About npm

    Inspired by the now-outdated post 10 Cool Things You Probably Didn’t Realize npm Could Do from Isaacs, the creator of npm, I set out to give you a few more tips on how to take advantage of this ridiculously well executed package manager.

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  8. Package Authoring with Paqui

    Creating client-side JavaScript packages is increasingly becoming a painful endeavor. Here’s a potential fix.

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  9. Publishing Node.js Packages with npm

    Back when I introduced assetify, I mentioned publishing packages on npm is very easy.

    The first thing you have to do is identify yourself, create an account on npm:

    $ npm …
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  10. Asset Management in Node

    Client-side asset management reveals a series of issues with Node.JS and npm today:

    • Node.JS is just a few years old (it was born in 2009)
    • Some areas, such as client-side …
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