NPM – Node package manager – Quickstart & Advanced Course
Quickly start using npm and create npm packages by yourself. Master more than the basics of npm!
Dependency management is hard and complicated. Npm is very powerful tool that handles it elegantly. Hi and welcome to the only course you need to quickly start using Npm and then dive deeper into it’ more advanced features.
This course is structured following the 80/20 rule:
- In the first you will learn the npm commands and features you will use 80% of the time.
- In the following sections, you will master npm at it’ full power with advanced features.
Npm features covered in this course:
- Understand the types of dependencies: local, global, and peer dependencies
- Use the npm install command
- Difference between dependencies and devDependencies
- Npm Semantic Versioning or semver
- Prepare your project to be run inside the browser with EsBuild
- Understand the difference between CommonJs and EsModules
- Understand how registries work by initializing your own private registry and publish packages to it
- Create and use packages in a secure way with advanced security topics
- C++ addons
- Npm Workspaces
- Use npm with Typescript
- Use npm with Git
- Understand Dependency Management and how Npm does it.
By the end of the course you will be able to use Npm and handle packages like a professional, by learning the most common commands and also by using the more advanced features that take years to discover.
What you’ll learn in NPM – Node package manager Course
- Learn how to use the basic functions of npm
- Npm commands: npm install, npm run
- Dependency management with npm
- Semantic versioning
- Npm workspaces
- Create npm packages
- Use npm with TypeScript
- Npm security: audit, post install scripts, security events
- Execute node modules with npx
- Npm alternatives like Yarn and Pnpm
- Git and Npm
- Safely unlock the power of the NodeJs ecosystem
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Who this NPM course is for:
- Software developers eager to start using NPM at it’s full power