With some improvements to NPM and
package-lock.json files I've been using Yarn
less in apps and packages. The deyarn package is a shortcut to cleanup your
node_modules directory, remove your
yarn.lock file, and then create a
npm install deyarn --global git checkout -b deyarn deyarn
Note: A warning will be added to the yarn engine entry in your package.json, which is fine for applications, but will cause an error if the package is used as a dependency in a project.