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General Discussion

Tiffany White
Tiffany White
5,373 Points

For checking vulnerabilities in your npm modules, anyone else using snyk.io?

If you push a lot of your projects to GitHub, GitLab, et al, using Snyk can save a lot of headaches when it comes to vulnerable npm dependencies. Anyone else using it? Works with Node apps only currently.

You can find it at snyk.

I didn't know where to talk to folks in the community without having a specific question. I don't know how to go about doing that. Feel free to move this.

2 Answers

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Front End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 56,488 Points

Hi Tiffany,

General Discussion is a great place for threads like this!

On-topic: I hadn't heard of Snyk before, and after reading through their information I feel like I want to try it on my next project.

Thanks for sharing this with us Tiffany!