Hi Peter,

The common approach is to have the node_modules folder in every project 
folder. Keep everything you need for 1 project next to each other. prevent 
versions from mixing in.
If you are pressed for disk-space (not common on dev machines) you can 
delete node_modules in the inactive projects. If you want to do that, you 
might want to switch to yarn for package management. 


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