Do you understand your NPM dependencies?
You are writing a library...or you are writing an app and you want to publish some of the components of it as a library...
Here are some questions in the form of comments
Did you realize that your yarn.lock will be ignored for anyone who installs your libraries?
Did you realize this means that your perfectly running test suite with your yarn.lock could be a failing case for consumers of your library unless you don’t use semver strings like ^1.0.0 and just hardcode it to 1.0.0?
Did you realize the default of ^1.0.0 automatically gets minor version bumps which are often fairly substantial changes, e.g. even breaking possibly?
Did you know that larger libraries like @material-ui/core don’t like to bump their major version all the time for example so large changes are often made to the minor version?
Did you know if you run
yarn upgrade, it may update what is in your yarn.lock file but will not update what is in your package.json?
Did you realize that this means that if you depend on the results of running
yarn upgradee.g. it gave you a bugfix, you could be shipping buggy code to consumers of your library?
Just something to be aware of! You can always ride the dragon and accept these minor breakages from semver bumps, but it can introduce some issues for your consumers
Random fun thing: Adding a yarn package can even downgrade some other packages. For example if you have ^6.0.0 in your package.json, you yarn upgrade it so in the lockfile it says 6.1.0 but then later install another library that requires a hard 6.0.1, yarn will decide to downgrade you to 6.0.1 (it will not have a duplicate entry in yarn.lock, just that the 6.1.0 in the yarn.lock will downgrade to 6.0.1)