In this video, learn about deterministic builds. See samples of both yarn and npm and how they are created and examined.
- [Instructor] NPM is the default package manager for Node.…It works well, pulls in needed libraries,…and operates at both the user and system level as needed.…Yarn is a new Java Script package manager built by,…among other folks, Facebook and Google.…It was created to overcome…some perceived shortcomings in NPM,…many of them related to deployment pipelines.…So, what were the downsides of NPM?…First, installation is slow.…If you're building a serious application,…spending several minutes pulling in modules…every time you make a change,…can really slow down the build process, quite a bit,…especially if you do it on each release…to make sure you've got exactly the right libraries.…
Next, NPM is often happy to give you different versions…of downstream libraries for each build,…which can cause inconsistencies in the behavior…of the resulting application.…NPM Shrink Wrap helps out with this…and will take a look at it,…but Yarn takes a different approach.…Finally, there are security concerns…when allowing NPM to run arbitrary code on installation.…
- MongoDB and GitHub setup
- Creating a Heroku app
- Deployment using Elastic Beanstalk
- Azure host creation and environment configuration
- Continuous deployment tools
- Working with Jenkins, Travis CI, and CircleCI
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