Learn why you should use pnpm instead of npm or yarn for your JavaScript and TypeScript projects. pnpm is a modern package manager that offers a number of advantages over its competitors, including better performance, improved dependency management, and more flexibility.

In this video, we'll take a look at the benefits of using pnpm and how you can get started using it in your own projects.

pnpm is a fast, disk efficient package manager for the JavaScript ecosystem.

When using npm or Yarn, if you have 100 projects using a dependency, you will have 100 copies of that dependency saved on disk.

If you depend on different versions of the dependency, only the files that differ are added to the store. For instance, if it has 100 files, and a new version has a change in only one of those files, pnpm update will only add 1 new file to the store, instead of cloning the entire dependency just for the singular change.

All the files are saved in a single place on the disk.

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Why You Should Use pnpm for JavaScript & TypeScript
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