The npm blog has been discontinued.
Welcome, jQuery developers!
Big news! jQuery recently put up a notice that its plugin registry is in read-only mode and that everyone who wants to publish a plugin should publish to npm. Lots of developers have already been publishing their jQuery packages to npm, so while the recent developments were a surprise to us, we’re ready to support the jQuery community.
We’ll be publishing a series of posts to help you get started with npm, doing things like:
- Publishing your plugin to npm
- Installing other developers plugins from npm
- Ways you can use npm tools to improve your plugin’s developer experience
We’ll post them on this blog, and we’ll also include them in our npm Weekly to make this transition as easy for you as possible.
Let us know in the comments or on Twitter if there are any topics that you’d like to see covered or any links you think can help other developers make the switch.