How do you update your project's old nodejs package with a single npm command?
Update your old nodejs package with a single npm command.
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NPM is a popular package manager for nodejs developers. When our project is big, and as a developer, we need to update node js regularly, but for a larger project, it takes lots of time to check and update every package one by one. Instead, we use npm in-built functionality to update all old node.js packages with one single command.
How to check which node.js package is old?
For that, npm provide the
npm outdated command that helps to print a list of the old package in the terminal.
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How to update all the old node.js packages?
You need to run only one
npm update command to update all old nodejs packages with a single command.
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How to update only one old nodejs package?
You update a single package by package name with the npm update command.
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