pre-commit vs Yarn: What are the differences?
pre-commit and Yarn are primarily classified as "Git" and "Front End Package Manager" tools respectively.
pre-commit and Yarn are both open source tools. Yarn with 36.2K GitHub stars and 2.22K forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than pre-commit with 756 GitHub stars and 96 GitHub forks.
What is pre-commit?
What is Yarn?
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Yarn is a wonderful alternative to the built-in npm command-line interface. Dependency installation is crazy fast, because it caches every package and performs operations in parallel.
yarn instead of
yarn work great.
I don’t see any overwhelming reason to choose one over another.
I just like yarn, that’s it.
We use it in every JS project. Blazing fast package manager for node.js. Easy to use in Docker containers
Used in Coolfront Mobile and "Charlie" (flat rate search engine) as packaging mechanism.