Published on March 13, 2017 by LearnCode.academy
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Yarn is the hot new drop-in NPM replacement utility for projects using node.js packages. It’s way faster, more stable, and more secure than NPM and you can use it with zero configuration on your end.

In the sample for this video, the NPM install takes between 20 and 30 seconds for just a few packages, while the yarn install takes 4-10 seconds to install all of the node packages.

Yarn is also more predictable across environments, so you don’t need to npm-shrinkswrap anything, because Yarn manages the dependency tree with a yarn.lock file automatically.

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102 Comments on "Yarn vs NPM – You won’t believe how fast it is"

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Tomáš Pažourek
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Tomáš Pažourek
23 days 15 hours ago

Wow, 358 packages…

kzif
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kzif
4 months 1 day ago

BOOM! Almost BOOM! BOOM!

伪降者
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伪降者
7 months 6 hours ago

well, I choose cnpm in china.. 🙁

Wee Ching Chok
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Wee Ching Chok
7 months 1 day ago

I hate new wheel. NPM open source too. Just merge it.

Mike Valeriano
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Mike Valeriano
7 months 7 days ago

hey guys, member bower? i member!

Ahmad Aziz
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Ahmad Aziz
7 months 12 days ago

xD almost boom

Bloik
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Bloik
7 months 28 days ago

You should make a discord.js tutorial

Crypto Chan
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Crypto Chan
7 months 29 days ago

so many tools. Im going to use this now. haha

Joshua Davidson
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Joshua Davidson
8 months 16 hours ago

Yark lock looks nice but when it comes to caching, npm has had it for some time already. You just need to enable it. medium.freecodecamp.com/npm-cache-the-unsung-hero-11e646c09791#.y5tnb4ebj

Web-Crunch
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Web-Crunch
8 months 1 day ago

I'm "used" to npm but I've tried yarn very briefly and liked it a lot. Can you reference the same npm packages via yarn? Thanks for the insight!

LearnCode.academy
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LearnCode.academy
8 months 21 hours ago

Yep, it still uses the npm registry by default. It just parallelizes the requests for speed and manages the requested-versions better with yarn.lock

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