New Release Announcement of NPM CLI v7.0.0 | GitHub has announced the release of npm v7.0 which will be shipping with Node v15 in next week.
Today marks a major milestone for the npm CLI team - we’ve officially cut [email protected] npm v7 will be shipping with Node.js v15 (a PR to land this work will be opened shortly) & we hope to continue the pace of change/improvement as we head in to this last quarter of the year.
We are excited to announce the release of NPM v7.0.0, which will be shipping with Node.js 15.0.0 next week. npm 7 comes with some long-awaited and requested features: Workspaces; Automatically installing peer dependencies; package-lock v2 and support for yarn.lock
Edward Thomson presented a demo of a few of the features coming in npm v7 at GitHub Satellite. What's Hot New in NPM v7.0? The key to fast software is to do as little as possible, including doing as little waiting as possible. From the refactor to use Minipass streams to refactoring out a decade's worth of compatibility fixes for long-dead Node. js versions, npm v7 is leaner and faster because it's lazier.
We just pushed ESLint v7.0.0, which is a major release upgrade of ESLint. This release adds some new features and fixes several bugs found in the previous release. This release also has some breaking changes, so please read the following closely.
What is NPM? A Guide to The Company, Registry, and CLI. In this video you'll learn everything you'd ever want to know about NPM including the company, the registry, and the CLI.