npm home packageName
This command open package's home page.
$ npm home express
npm ls --depth 0
List packages you installed
$ npm ls --depth 0
This command will remove packages which are not in
package.json, so this will be helpful to keep your project clean.
$ npm prune
This command checks the latest version of packages you installed
$ npm outdated styled-components 4.2.0 4.3.1 4.3.1 project_name stylelint 10.0.1 10.1.0 10.1.0 project_name three 0.104.0 0.104.0 0.105.2 project_name ts-loader 5.4.5 5.4.5 6.0.2 project_name
Got great suggestion from M. Langhard a.k.a @riscie
We can check outdated packages one word and update with an option which is pretty easy.
$ ncu $ ncu -u
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There is also
ncuwhich I've used for years (node-check-updates): github.com/tjunnone/npm-check-updates
It allows to quickly update outdated packages by using
Hi M. Langhard ,
Thank you for sharing the info. ncu looks awesome.
I will use it!