The Biggest Risk With Using NPM

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If you’re a JavaScript developer, then you have used the popular package manger npm at some point in your career.

NPM makes installing, updating and managing libraries and dependencies super easy with just a few basic commands that pretty much anyone can remember.

I personally use it all the time for my full-stack JavaScript applications. And, aside from bloating my project file…

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Sr. Programmer. Blogger. Startup CTO. Los Angeles native. Future sci-fi author. www.thatsoftwaredude.com

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