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npm weekly #242: Some cool stuff happening in the world of JavaScript

Did you miss yesterday’s deep-dive Open RFC discussion on dependency resolutions (install, audit, etc.)? No worries — you can review the notes and recording here. Save the date for next week’s Open… → Read More

npm weekly #241: COVID-19 statement, Privacy Policy update & more

In these challenging times, we continue to be inspired by the strength, resilience and care for others we see being demonstrated by people everywhere. Read more in our blog post here. Stay safe… → Read More

npm weekly #240: npm@6.14.4 is here & a new case study, too!

Sending our ❤️ ️️out to our community, during these scary, chaotic times. Thank you especially to all of those working tirelessly to help others heal, grow and thrive throughout it all. Here’s a… → Read More

npm weekly #237: npm@6.14.2 is here, mocking APIs & more

In case you missed it, v6.14.1 was released last week, fixing a regression for certain git urls. We shipped a patch release (v6.14.2) earlier this week, landing a couple small docs and dependency… → Read More

npm weekly #236: npm@6.14.0 is here with support for multiple funding entries! 🎉

Earlier this week, we shipped npm@6.14.0! This lands support for multiple funding sources (contributed by Jordan Harband and Ruy Adorno), along with bug fixes and dependency updates. The discussion… → Read More

npm weekly #235: Jamming with npm, loads of events & more

Did you miss Engineering Manager Darcy Clarke’s JAMStack Toronto meetup talk on wiring up npm hooks? You can check out their slides here! Stay tuned for a future blog post on the topic. npm is… → Read More

npm weekly #234: We want to hear from you + upcoming meetups

What is something you’d like to see or that you think is missing from npm’s package pages? Voice your opinion here! Miss npm Software Security Engineer Ron Perris’ Absolute AppSec interview on… → Read More

npm weekly #233: A Day in the Life of npm Security, ConFoo & wombat news

Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes within npm’s Security team, or how the team tackles ongoing research, vulnerability reports and findings? Get the scoop here! npm Software Security… → Read More

npm weekly #232: Introducing our new unpublish policy & npm@6.13.7!

npm has grown a lot over the past 10 years, and rapid growth means lots of support requests! One of our most common support requests is to unpublish packages that have aged out of our 72 hour grace… → Read More

npm weekly #231: city roads, open RFC meetings and more

Open Source Developer, Ruy Adorno, will be presenting, “What’s new with npm + command-line intro” at the upcoming Node.js meetup in Brazil on Tuesday, January 28. Get all the details and RSVP here… → Read More

npm weekly #229: 🎉Happy New Year from npm! Security stats, Privacy Policy update and more.

Kicking off the year with npm Security 2019 in Review, Arborist news & Privacy Policy updates. → Read More

npm weekly #220: Events, projects, pumpkins 🎃 and more!

Engineering Manager, community organizer and educator, Amal Hussein, will be speaking at these upcoming events. Check them out and make sure to say hello!: We’ll share more details closer to the… → Read More

npm weekly #216: npm is turning 10!, don’t miss our next webinar, and much more

How is your artifact manager working out for you? In theory, a one-size-fits-all artifact manager sounds like the perfect solution for security, compliance and automation concerns across multiple… → Read More

npm weekly #214: Package filtering update, Isaac @ OpenCore, new wombats and more!

If you’re an npm Enterprise customer, keeping vulnerable packages out of your code is now even easier. npm Enterprise works just like the public registry, but makes sure you don’t accidentally use… → Read More

npm weekly #204: Introducing npm@6.10.0, join us at Assert(js) plus 13 great npm tips

npm@6.10.0 includes five new features, several bug fixes, and notable improvements to testing. There’s also some documentation updates as well, so you’ll want to read the details on those in the… → Read More

npm weekly #192: npm stats are back! Meet Luna! Publish a React component with npm!

“Well we tried to tell you so, (yes we did), but we guess you didn’t know… as we said the story goes. Baby, now I got the flow-CHARTS.” On the off chance you’re not a fan of Mark Morrison, all this… → Read More

Statement from npm – npm, Inc. –

In bringing on a new leader to the role of Chief Executive Officer at npm, Inc., we were all aware of the rapid changes we would have to make in order to set the company up for long term success. Our… → Read More

npm weekly #191: npm and WASM, we made FinTech Innovation Lab’s Class of 2019, plus npm via Gopher!

Continuing the theme of WebAssembly news, last month the folks at WebAssembly SF posted a video featuring Laurie Voss, Chief Data Officer, speaking at their February event. His topic that evening was… → Read More

npm weekly #179: npm gets a new CEO, 5 newly approved RFCs, and new teammate Owen McGrath

Earlier this week, we announced a new member of the team: we appointed Bryan Bogensberger to Chief Executive Officer (CEO). npm’s co-founder Isaac Schlueter will continue to lead npm efforts as Chief… → Read More

npm weekly #158: New security advisories, reflecting on ScotlandJS, and a Teacup update!

Last week, npm security lead Adam Baldwin announced that new security advisories were now live on npmjs.com/advisories. This collection of advisories features new updates along with legacies from… → Read More