Learn how to create the project folder and initialize it.
- [Instructor] In this video,…we're going to start our project.…The first thing we're going to do,…is to create our project folder.…Many of you will find this quite simple…but this important to me to feel…that I'm building this project from ground zero.…Then we're going to learn about Yarn…and how we can use it to initialize our project.…So what is Yarn?…Yarn is an npm alternative.…For those who don't know npm stands for Node Package Manager…and is a tool that you can use…to download packages or dependencies…that you will use in your project.…But Yarn have some advantage in comparison to npm.…
First, it's faster.…This is because Yarn caches every package that you install…and reuse it when you start it again.…Also it's more secure, it uses checksums and hashes…in order to ensure that you always download,…the same version of the package.…By doing that, it makes your dependencies more reliable…and works offline.…I think npm five, which is the newest version of npm,…already implement many of these features…but since Yarn work very well for me in the past,…
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Skill Level Intermediate
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