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howto avoid using npm?
I'm writing some javascript (for the web) for the first time in a long time and I am realizing that I would be well served by using a bit of tooling like eslint and standardjs. I am reluctantly willing to `apt install nodejs` but I am not willing to use `npm` because of my impression that it is a fractal of yolo `curl | bash` philosophy which will randomly install and automatically run malware or indistinguishable-from-malware garbage I don't want. So, my question is: how can I install things like [standardjs]( without using npm? Please do not tell me that I should just use npm.

Generative Art: Animated Gosper Curves in JS/TS
An introductory article on how to leverage some basic mathematical tricks and widely available browser APIs to generate beautiful animations.

cross-posted from: > Some questions: > > - Would you pay to use MDN? > - Do you think MDN Plus is more like a Technical support service or a way to restrict content that used to be free? > - Do you think there are other ways Mozilla can monetize?

Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, JavaScript Edition - Wikipedia
cross-posted from: > cross-posted from: > > > > [The book (HTML)]( uses JavaScript sublanguages that we call [Source]( > > > > [playground](

cross-posted from: > One of the great advantages of Deno is the absence of a package manager, this section is practically monopolized by two corporations (MS with npm and FB with yarn); Deno has shown itself to be a more independent ecosystem with respect to its counterpart, Node. Do you think that this decision taken by the core team was the right one? would you have preferred it to become a foundation instead of a company? Will it become a more independent solution or will it end up like Node with OpenJS? being a front entity for a few big techs that lobby the ecosystem?

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