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Ashley Davis
Jul 20, 2022 ⋅ 12 min read

Managing a full-stack, multipackage monorepo using pnpm

Ashley Davis Ashley Davis is a software craftsman and author. He is VP of Engineering at Hone and currently writing Rapid Fullstack Development and the second edition of Bootstrapping Microservices. Follow on Twitter for updates.

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3 Replies to "Managing a full-stack, multipackage monorepo using pnpm"

  1. Hey big thanks for such good resource, now everything makes sense 🤣
    I think they should keep a reference of this one in the pnpm docs, workspaces are so vaguely described there.

  2. One of the things I never see mentioned in these kind of articles is that every time you change shared code, you have to recompile. Sometimes you even have to completely re-install all dependencies.

    Are you really just sharing the shared library as sourcecode without compilation?

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