Npm Cheat Sheet

Posted : admin On 1/26/2022

Getting Started

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To begin working with Cheat Sheet source files: Run npm install to install the depencies listed in package.json; Run grunt to build the entire project; Run grunt assemble to build the templates; Run grunt less to compile LESS files to CSS; Run grunt watch to watch source files for changes and re-build continuously. Npm init Asks you a bunch of questions, and then writes a package.json for you. If you already have a package.json file, it'll read that first, and default to the options in there. Install a git specific release.

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List everything you have installed in the current directory

Search the registry for packages matching terms

Install a package

This command installs a package, or packages, and any packages thatit depends on in the current directory. If the package has a shrinkwrapfile, the installation of dependencies will be driven by that.

If no package.json exists, these options are ignored. If it exists, they'llupdate them if they are already there.

  • --save: Package will appear in your depedencies.
  • --save-dev: Package will appear in your devDependencies.
  • --save-optional: Package will appear in your optionalDependencies.
  • --global: Package will be installed globally (if you want to use it as a command line tool for example)

Uninstall a package, completely removing everything npm installed on its behalf

Update all the packages listed to the latest version (specified by the tag config). Also install missing packages

Update the global npm version

Display the README.md / documentation / npmjs.org page of a give library

Run package test suite, based on setup in package.json in

List outdated libraries compared to currently installed node_modules

Lock down dependency versions

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Develop

Asks you a bunch of questions, and then writes a package.json for you. If you already have a package.json file, it'll read that first, and default to the options in there.

Publish a package not under the default 'latest' tag