NPM list command

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The NPM list command helps list all the dependencies you install in the root level project.

Npm list command print the Package list based on the package.json and package.lock.json file.

npm ls
npm ls <option> or <flags>
Npm ls command

npm ls command is a similar command to the Linux ls command. But the difference in npm and ls command. Linux ls command prints directory or folders, and the npm ls command prints the installed packages in your project.

Npm ls command print package information with a beautiful design format in your terminal.

We discuss only daily base options or flags in npm. npm ls command provides many more flags, which many more flags work for the developer, and some commands are not under everyday use.

We make sure with the npm ls command to speed up your workflow.

Option or Flags

  1. all
  2. JSON
  3. long
  4. global
  5. depth
  6. link
  7. package-lock-only

all

npm ls –all print all the dependencies are depending upon the current project.

npm ls -all

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JSON

npm ls –json command print the data in json formate in the terminal.

npm ls json
output the npm ls –json

long

npm ls –long print the extended information.

npm ls --long
output the npm ls –long

global

npm ls global command prints all global installed package lists in the terminal.

npm ls --global
output the npm ls –global

depth

npm ls depth command prints in-depth dependencies into the terminal.

output the npm ls –depth

npm ls –link command only print the linked packages list in the terminal.

npm ls --link

package-lock-only

npm ls package-lock-only command print dependences tree based on the package-lock.json file.

output the npm ls –package-lock-only

The npm ls command flags are not discussed in this article.

  1. workspace
  2. workspaces
  3. parseable
  4. omit
  5. unicode
  6. include-workspace-root

References

https://docs.npmjs.com/cli/v8/commands/npm-ls#depth


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