Package manager comparison: Yarn vs npm + Tencent and Microsoft release UI libraries

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October 21, 2018

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✨ New This Week

📦 npm vs Yarn
npm has been around for a while- with over 10K stacks on StackShare. But there's a new kid on the block called Yarn, a creation from Facebook, Exponent, Google, and Tilde. Yarn has been getting a lot of love from developers since launching in 2016.
If you've been wondering about all the hype, this is the comparison for you. Community member Stephen Afam-Osemene breaks down the differences between the two of the hottest package managers.
The ultimate package manager comparison

⏪ In Case You Missed It

This week, Twilio announced that it's acquiring SendGrid for $2 Billion ðŸ˜± 

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🛠 New Tools

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JavaScript Framework Components
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Machine Learning as a Service
Artificial Intelligence as an API 🤖
Javascript UI Libraries
Next generation web framework in 4KB JavaScript (Web Components + JSX + Proxy + Path Updating)

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