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Facebook open-sources Yarn, a JavaScript package manager

Facebook today is open-sourcing Yarn, a package manager for efficiently installing JavaScript packages that represent dependencies for applications. Yarn is available now on GitHub under a BSD-2-Clause license. Facebook used the Npm client for years but ultimately chose to build its own system to deal with security and performance concerns. Facebook says the system works […]
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