If you look at the various articles, you will see that when you install npm, the
When installing npm, I found that some have it and some don't, so I added
I was curious, so I looked it up.
--What is save-dev?
After some research, it seems that --save-dev is a command to install locally.
To be precise, npm install -g is a command to do a global install, and
Without -g, it is a local install.
So, if you don't put -g when you do npm install, it's the same as -save-dev.
Basically, -save-dev is fine
There's not much benefit to adding -gw when doing npm install, so
Basically, just use --save-dev, i.e. don't add anything when you do npm insyall.
By the way, if you run it with --save-dev, it will be automatically added to the devDependencies in package.json.
And it will not be added to dependencies.
If you use git clone to clone and install the packages you need
If you run npm install --production, devDependencies will not seem to be installed.
On the other hand, if it is in dependencies, it seems to be installed.