Join Joseph LeBlanc for an in-depth discussion in this video Finding modules, part of Node.js First Look.
Prepackaged modules for Node are published and listed through the Node Package…Manager, or NPM for short.…Let's use NPM to help us find some modules we can use in our project.…So first we can start with npm search.…Now npm search is going to turn up all of the modules that are listed in Node…Package Manager, and this is quite overwhelming, so we could use something like…grep to make it a little bit easier to read.…So let's do npm search and then pipe it through grep and we're going to…search from markdown.…
So that gives us a little bit of a better idea of what's available for…markdown through NPM.…However, it's still a little bit difficult to navigate.…Fortunately, we can just type in npm search markdown and it will just pull…up markdown packages.…However, there is another way we can search for Node modules. Go to…search.npmjs.org and from here we can search for markdown again, and this gives…us a better idea of the markdown modules that are available for Node.…
I'm going to search for node-markdown.…
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