Using Yarn with Angular CLI

January 28, 2018 by Anuraj

AngularCLI Yarn

This post is about using Yarn in Angular CLI instead of NPM. Yarn is an alternative package manager for NPM packages with a focus on reliability and speed. It has been released in October 2016 and already gained a lot of traction and enjoys great popularity in the JavaScript community.

Angular CLI depends on the package manager when running ng new, the command used to create a new project.

To use Yarn with Angular CLI, first you need to set the package manager as Yarn. You can do this by running following command.

ng set --global packageManager=yarn

You can revert it back to npm by modifying the command and use npm instead of Yarn. - ng set --global packageManager=npm.

Once you set to yarn, once you create angular project, you will be able to see Angular CLI is using Yarn instead of Npm.

Yarn is running instead of NPM

Happy Programming :)

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