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Open a package's homepage or repo

Written byPhuoc Nguyen
17 Mar, 2021
When looking for the documentation of a npm package, we often use Google to search for its homepage and npm page.
It turns out that we can go to the homepage quickly by running the following command:
$ npm home PACKAGE_NAME
Opening its repository is easy too:
$ npm repo PACKAGE_NAME
Both commands open the destination website in your default browser.

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