This is based on an email I send my .NET team at work
Sadly yes. But at least this one runs off the same repository as npm but addresses some shortcomings in the standard npm client.
Its not quite a drop-in replacement, but it uses the same servers for
packages and stores the downloaded files to
node_modules just like
Yarn, in my testing, is often almost twice as fast as
It locks versions so that at deploy time you get the same versions of code you tested with. Locking versions also helps speed it up by avoiding dependency resolution.
I like that it also has a
yarn why command that tells you what
packages brought in a specific dependency.
Try it next time you bring in a client side project and see if it is faster for you too
I thought this was a fun read. It’s a humorous take on standard corporate security policies. It covers all the same ground, but in a more conversational than legal voice. Security policies that are too boring to be read and understood don’t do any good.
I never knew about this, but if you declare a method that takes
Func<T, HelperResult> as a parameter, you can pass it snippets
of razor markup as the parameter.
Here’s basically the example from the post, but you should check it out for more detail.
Notice we’re actually passing markup as a parameter to the RenderList method. It’s a neat concept, and probably really useful in certain scenarios. I’m just not sure I’ve run into the perfect use case for it yet. :)