Thanks to everyone who came to my webcast today! As many of you know, Bower is depreciated so I've been looking at the different ways to move to other solutions.
In the webcast (which will be streamable soon), I discuss using NPM, Yarn, LibMan (an upcoming tool for Visual Studio), and Gulp to get and package your client-side assets.
You can get the code I showed on Github:
If you didn't get to ask your questions at the webcast, feel free to use the comments below to ask them and I'll try my best to answer them!
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