I've always hated updating my npm dependencies manually. It's a very annoying and tedious work. I know there is already
npm update but it only updates the packages internally and does not update the
package.json with the latest version tags.Therefore I ended up creating Syzer
Syzer is a node CLI tool that checks your package.json for outdated dependencies and updates it with the latest versions available.
Usage: $ syzer $ syzer --update || syzer -u $ syzer -u -i <package_name> Options: --update, -u updates package.json. --ignore, -i added right after -u to ignore specific packages. --version, shows the npu current version. --help, shows the user guide. Example: $ syzer //shows all the packages.outdated packages are highlighted. $ syzer -u //updates all the outdated packages to its latest versions. //or $ syzer -u -i express nodemon //updates all the packages except express & nodemon. $ npm install //then running npm install will install the latest dependencies
This updates your package.json with the latest version tags. Then just run our usual
npm install to install the latest updated packages. 🚀
The reasons behind building this: 📝
1) I personally hate updating my project dependencies manually.
2) There are other similar libraries that do the same thing but I tried one and too much config. Also, I didn't like the idea of specifying the package.json file to update it. then what was the point of using that library. So ended up creating one myself.
npm update already exists I know but it does not update the package.json file with the latest version tags.
for more info on how to use the tool check, it's README(https://github.com/rocktimsaikia/syzer)
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