Which Node Manager are you using on your linux or Mac ?

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  • fnm

    🚀 Fast and simple Node.js version manager, built in Rust

    Used to use nvm which is the most popular option, but noticed it was a bit on the heavier side and made my shell noticeably slower. Started to search if there was a faster alternative built in Rust or something, like there is for everything else, and lo and behold I found fnm.

  • nvm.fish

    The Node.js version manager you'll adore, crafted just for Fish

    If you’re using fish, check out nvm.fish (https://github.com/jorgebucaran/nvm.fish). Works like a charm :)

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