C'est cette semaine qu'est sortie la version 11 de Node.js. L'occasion de faire un petit ménage dans mes modules npm installés en global.

Le premier tweet vu de ma journée était un retweet de @jeromemacias

Ni une ni deux, je décide de switcher de ma V.10.5.0 à V.11.0. L’occasion de faire un petit bilan (et nettoyage) de mes modules npm installés en global :

  • @svgr/cli: Command Line Interface for SVGR.
  • cloc: Count Lines of Code
  • comfygure: Configuration without pain
  • conduct: Generate a Code of Conduct for your project
  • create-react-app: Create React App :)
  • diff-so-fancy: strives to make your diff’s human readable instead of machine readable.
  • docker-compose-command-center: A blessed UI for docker-compose output
  • dockly: Immersive terminal interface for managing docker containers and services
  • fkill-cli: Fabulously kill processes. Cross-platform.
  • gatsby-cli: Gatsby command line tool.
  • git-open: Type git open to open the repo website (GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket) in your browser.
  • git-recent: Type git recent to see your latest local git branches
  • git-standup: Recall what you did on the last working day ..or be nosy and find what someone else did.
  • lerna: A tool for managing JavaScript projects with multiple packages.
  • netlify-cli: Netlify command line too
  • now: The command-line interface for Now
  • npm-check: Check for outdated, incorrect, and unused dependencies.
  • parcel-bundler: Blazing fast, zero configuration web application bundle
  • strest-cli: Flexible REST Tests
  • terminalizer: Record your terminal and generate animated gif images
  • thanks: Give thanks to the open source maintainers you depend on!
  • tldr: Simplified and community-driven man page
  • typescript: TypeScript is a language for application scale JavaScript development