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Default Working with NPM (Information/Documentation/Videos)

You may find this helpful. I do.

Go to npmus.com.

Click the documentation link.

The item's the in Getting Started section (found at top of page) are videos.

Topics are:
01 - What is npm?
02 - Installing Node.js and updating npm
03 - Fixing npm permissions
04 - Installing npm packages locally
05 - Updating local packages
06 - Uninstalling local packages
07 - Installing npm packages globally
08 - Updating global packages
09 - Uninstalling global packages
10 - Creating Node.js modules
11 - Publishing npm packages
12 - Semantic versioning and npm
13 - Working with scoped packages

In particular, if you want to know what packages are installed globally, type this in Terminal:

Code:
npm ls -g --depth=0
You will then get a list of what's installed, looking something like this:

Code:
/usr/local/lib
├── bower@1.4.1
├── generator-angular@0.9.8
├── generator-karma@1.0.0
├── generator-webapp@1.0.1
├── grunt-cli@0.1.13
├── karma-cli@0.1.0
├── npm@2.11.3
├── webapp@0.0.2
└── yo@1.4.7
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