Echo JS 0.11.0



bahmutov 968 days ago. link 2 points
That's is the main feature - running unit tests against a dependency. Because unless you follow semver religiously and use semantic-release and dont-break - your version is human assigned. Thus a patch upgrade can easily break your stuff.
ryanaghdam 964 days ago. link 1 point
I think there's also value in rolling back a version if the tests fail.
matthaias 966 days ago. link 1 point
Well i don't know "npm-check-updates" in detail, but this is one difference, yes. For us it is very important to know if and which module brakes the tests. In my opinion it doesn't it is no option just to update all dependencies without running the tests.