Simple utility to open up the homepages of a project's dependencies
npm install npm-homes
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npm-homes reads your project's
package.json, reads the list of dependencies,
npm home [dependency]. This way you can read all of the relevant
documentation for all of your project's dependencies.
npm install -g npm-homes
To open your browser to all dependencies listed under
dependencies in your
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