Play by Play is a series in which top technologists work through a problem in real time, unrehearsed, and unscripted. In this course, Play by Play: Getting Started with Yarn as a Package Manager, Brian Clark and John Papa explore Yarn, the fast and secure dependency management solution, proving to be a viable alternative to npm. Learn what Yarn is, how to get started with it, and conquer a few commands along the way. By the end of this course, you’ll have an understanding on how to effectively use Yarn and if it's right for your environment.
Course Overview Hi, I'm John Papa, and welcome to this Play by Play on Getting Started with Yarn as a Package Manager. Yarn is a new alternative to npm that is making a strong name for itself on the web as a great solution for fast and secure dependency management. This course will explain what Yarn is, how to use it, and how it compares to npm. Brian Clark explains how Yarn is fast, secure, and reliable. He shows how to install it and use Yarn's various features, including Yarn's commands, linking, and offline mirrors. We hope you enjoy this opportunity to get started quickly and effectively with Yarn.
Conclusion So Brian, this was a great tour of Yarn, I love that. So, once we're using Yarn, I kind of got the spiel, but we can kind of go to the website to kind of check that out, are there any other r recommendations you have for resources, people to look at? No, I've solely been using their documentation on the website, it's helped me out greatly in figuring out the new approaches to how Yarn does things. Okay, and for folks that might want to check more into like how you do npm stuff, to kind of see how it compares to Yarn, check out, Joe Eames has a great course here on Pluralsight, I this it's npm play by play, or no, it's not play by play. I think it's like getting starting with npm, or Playbook. That's it. There we go, NPM Playbook. So Joe is, he's a good friend of ours, and he's given a really good course of npm, and one of the things I love in there, is not a lot of people talk about and show you how to use npm scripts a lot, and that's a great introduction to how you can use that, and Yarn can actually take advantage of those, so it'd be a great thing as a complement to this course. Yeah, definitely. Hey, thanks for coming on man, I learned a lot. Thanks. I appreciate it.