Facebook’s Yarn, an alternative JavaScript package manager to NPM, has reached a 1.0 release, which features a workspaces capability to ensure the latest code is being used on engineering projects.

With workspaces, users transition their code base into a “mono-repository” to ensure that the most recent code gets used. Workspaces aggregate dependencies from package.json files and install them all at once. Also featured in Yarn 1.0 is auto-merging of lock files, whereby Yarn automatically resolves merge conflicts in lock files when working with multiple contributors pulling the same code.

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