fix(docs): document pnpm instead of yarn

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kolaente 1 week ago
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## Frontend requirements
The code for the frontend is located at [code.vikunja.io/frontend](https://code.vikunja.io/frontend).
More instructions can be found in the repo's README.
You need to have yarn v1 and nodejs in version 16 installed.
You need to have [pnpm](https://pnpm.io/) and nodejs in version 16 or 18 installed.
## Git flow

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To run the frontend unit tests, run
{{< highlight bash >}}
yarn test:unit
pnpm test:unit
{{< /highlight >}}
The frontend also has a watcher available that re-runs all unit tests every time you change something.
To use it, simply run
{{< highlight bash >}}
yarn test:unit-watch
pnpm test:unit-watch
{{< /highlight >}}

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The code for the frontend is located at [code.vikunja.io/frontend](https://code.vikunja.io/frontend).
You need to have yarn v1 and nodejs in version 16 installed.
1. Make sure [yarn v1](https://yarnpkg.com/getting-started/install) is properly installed on your system.
3. Clone the repo with `git clone https://code.vikunja.io/frontend` and switch into the directory.
3. Install all dependencies with `yarn install`
4. Build the frontend with `yarn build`. This will result in a js bundle in the `dist/` folder which you can deploy.
1. Make sure you have [pnpm](https://pnpm.io/) properly installed on your system.
2. Clone the repo with `git clone https://code.vikunja.io/frontend` and switch into the directory.
3. Install all dependencies with `pnpm install`
4. Build the frontend with `pnpm build`. This will result in a static js bundle in the `dist/` folder which you can deploy.

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