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JavaScript npm Basics (retiring) Updating and Uninstalling Packages with npm Uninstalling Packages with npm

Rita A
Rita A
4,732 Points

Once you install your dependencies, do you still leave a script link to the MDN version just in case?

Say I'm using Handlebars for templates. In the past, I used a link to the MDN version in a script tag. Do I now delete this script tag from my HTML, since I no longer need it, or leave it in as a back-up?

1 Answer

jason chan
jason chan
31,005 Points

handlebars will be in your views folder, but you have to set that up in server.js file

https://expressjs.com/en/starter/generator.html

You can learn more about the structure by scaffolding the template projects express g provides.