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Keep language consistent - SDK > manager

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Keep language consistent - SDK > manager

I agree with @amacneil , this is an executable application not an SDK.

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Keep language consistent - SDK > manager

Maybe ask for others input on this, but "manager" seems more appropriate to me than "sdk". I think of "sdk" as a library.

@defunctzombie - thoughts? Believe you preferred SDK when referring to foxglove/fox, from your comments on the extensions blog post.

cc: @amacneil

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Keep language consistent - SDK > manager

Maybe ask for others input on this, but "manager" seems more appropriate to me than "sdk". I think of "sdk" as a library.

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Is yarn necessary?

Relevant: https://www.npmjs.com/package/yarpm

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Is yarn necessary?

We should aim to keep the cognitive overhead as low as possible for creating and managing extensions. Many people who create extensions will not be intimately familiar with the JS ecosystem, or care to learn several tools just to get started.

The extension template is created with yarn by default, which might be nice for power users, but requires an understanding of what npm is before you can even use it. Googling yarn issues results in a confusing collection of yarn 1 docs, yarn 2 docs, and occasionally places where you need to just read the npm docs and then guess at what yarn is doing.

I would advocate for bootstrapping npm out of the box to make things simpler for the user, unless there is a strict reason we need yarn. People who want to use yarn will know enough to infer the commands they should use.

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`package` command is non-deterministic

Running the package command on studio-extension-turtlesim produces a different hash every time. Is this by design? It would be nice to produce the same hash on the same code?

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