While 99.9% of npm’s public registry users fall within the range of acceptable use, the outliers will have to take action by either limiting their requests or purchasing the Enterprise edition. The new, clarified rules of npm’s acceptable use are listed on their blog and will be enforced starting this month, September 2019.
npm, Inc. announced the availability of npm Enterprise, a managed deployment of the npm registry. How will this solution impact the community of enterprise developers? Let’s have a closer look.
It’s time to update your bookmarks: the npm forums have moved! The popular package manager is moving away from GitHub and npm has a new forum for bug reports and support.
Wil Moore III explores the best options for packaging and sharing reusable web components.
Another feather landed in node.js cap today as AWS released an official SDK written specifically for the trendy JS-based environment.