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Package Management for Ubuntu packages with Npm.

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What are Ubuntu packages?

Ubuntu is a Linux-based operating system that runs from the desktop, to the cloud, to all your internet connected things in between. Perfect for home users, students and hackers alike, its easy-to-use interface puts you in control of your machine. Users can run Ubuntu on a computer, or in a virtual machine on top of their existing operating system. There are three editions: 'Ubuntu Desktop Edition' for personal computers, the 'Ubuntu Server Edition', and the lightweight 'Ubuntu Core' edition for embedded devices and appliances.


What is Npm?

Npm is a package manager for the JavaScript programming language. It is the default package manager for the Node.js runtime environment and can be used to install, uninstall, and publish new packages. Also, npm is not an installer. It is most commonly used in combination with Node.js, the JavaScript platform built and maintained by Joyent and best known as the runtime for npm itself. You use npm to install Node.js, and any version of Node.js, you can use npm to look up, download, and publish packages containing any kind of code you want: command line tools, GUI tools, webservices over HTTP or TCP or WebSockets, anything you might want to publish for consumption by other people in the JavaScript community.

Package Management for Ubuntu packages on Npm with packagecloud

If you’re looking to manage Ubuntu packages on Npm, you can use packagecloud to handle all of your package management. Packagecloud works with all kinds of packages, not only Ubuntu packages. With packagecloud you can manage all of your packages from various OS’s, languages, and more. Always trust that your packages will be secure when you publish your Ubuntu packages on Npm via packagecloud.

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