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Know your deps in package.json

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How do you know what packages that project/library depend on and what exactly are that packages doing for?
You'll want to quickly survey on them. So npm-deps-list is here for.

You can install them using npm or yarn.

npm install -g npm-deps-list

Running ndl, you will get a detailed list of dependencies for the package on the current directory.

If you are using iTerm2, you can also Command + Click on a package name to jump to their homepage.

If you have any idea on it, please consider submitting an issue or a pull request!

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