npm is the official package manager for Node.js, the non-blocking, asynchronous I/O framework that uses Google's V8 JavaScript engine. It can be used to install and publish CommonJS modules, jQuery plugins, reusable javascript code (libraries) and JavaScript-based CLI programs.

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I know what you’re thinking. WAT?! Didn’t Gulp just kill Grunt? Why can’t we just be content for a few minutes here in JavaScript land? I hear ya, but…

In brief, npm is a package manager for JavaScript. It stands for Node Package Manager.

The goal of this exercise is to start with the empty ASP.NET Core template and add just enough to have a basic ASP.NET Core MVC app with a home page that is styled with Bootstrap and can be deployed to production environments.

When left-pad hit, developers from other camps were having their laughs at how this tiny piece of code could be a module. Obviously we have learned by now right? Well, no.