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eli
eli
All of this NPM bruhaha has me wondering, what does a better solution look like? NPM has always been a reason I'm wary of modern JS dev. The whole ecosystem seems contingent on NPM as its central rail -- what happens when it is bought, hacked, or just flakes? I pretend that quicklisp do... eli.li
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vincent
vincent

@eli I’ve been working with React all summer... it’s NPM hell, and it’s depressing. I’m not a fan of having 500 or so megabytes in each repo... when you work on several projects with NPM modules/dependencies, it’s really not friendly. It was probably designed with one project in mind... at some corporation... not for the freelancer. I’m hoping there will be something way better in future.