npm Packaging Part 1: Thinking About Publishing A Package?

Posted by Nathan Walston on Feb 7, 2019 10:00:00 AM

This is the first installment in a series exploring publishing npm packages. The goal is to walk through publishing everything from a simple, dozen-or-so lined node module to a relatively complicated react component library with typescript & flow definition files and pretty import paths.

npm has been around since 2010, allowing JS engineers to publish javascript modules for distribution. As the default package installer for Node.js it received adoption as node grew in popularity, and with more recent javascript tooling has allowed for the explosion of JS as one of the most far reaching programming languages.

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Topics: Engineering