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New! Get a free demo of the Tidelift Subscription and our new catalogs feature

Last week we announced an exciting new feature of the Tidelift Subscription called catalogs. This makes it even easier for organizations to get ...
Jeff Stern
by Jeff Stern
on July 16, 2020

The state of package signing across package managers

By Tieg Zaharia on June 11, 2020
Recently I looked at the state of 2FA support across package managers. 2FA adds a layer of security by requiring two sources of authentication from ...

Spring cleaning: 3 tips for getting your application development house in order

By Jeremy Katz on May 26, 2020
Despite some indications to the contrary where I live in the northeast US, it is finally spring in the northern hemisphere—which many people ...

All new! The Tidelift guide to choosing open source packages well

By Amy Hays on March 17, 2020
How does your organization currently vet the open source packages you’re using to build your apps?

Vue vs React: The bigger picture

By Oscar Spencer on November 14, 2019
One of the things we strive to do here at Tidelift is help people make informed decisions about which packages will work best for their projects. ...

Five ways to get the most out of your Tidelift Subscription trial

By Jeff Stern on October 17, 2019
A managed open source strategy provides a way to free yourself and your team from the time you currently spend wrangling open source dependencies. ...

Choosing open source packages well 

By Jerika Phelps on October 3, 2019
In this webinar, Tidelift co-founder Jeremy Katz  deep dives into the steps you can take to choose the right open source packages for your ...

Do you know how many of your dependencies are unmaintained? Here’s how to find out.

By Jeff Stern on June 4, 2019
Did you know that for many applications, up to 20% of their open source dependencies may be completely unmaintained? We've been tracking unmaintained ...

Is your package eligible for income on Tidelift? Here's the complete list.

By Keenan Szulik on May 22, 2019
Each month, the maintainers who have partnered with Tidelift—we call them "lifters"—receive the income they've earned from Tidelift and our customers.

Dependency Hell is inevitable...and that’s OK (and you’re OK, too!)

By John Bintz on March 19, 2019
At a recent meetup, a few of us developers got into a discussion about "dependency hell"—the condition when one or more pieces of software need two ...

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