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code-protect

Code Protect

It's a module which convert your JavaScript code into some not understandable format and still it's executable. This module can be used to protect the code base which run's on browser's client side or we can protect the NodeJs code base as well. We have to mention the few options provided where sourceDir is mandatory field. Just mention the root path in this field and code-protect converts all the .js files present in sub-folder.

Module Usage

Install

npm install code-protect --save

Usage

Module Require:

var codeProtect = require('code-protect');

Options: sourceDir is a mandatory field

var option = {
    sourceDir: './sample-codebase',
    destinationDir: './new-sample-codebase',
    uglify:true,
    debug: true
};

Method Use:

codeProtect(option, function (err, data) {
    if (err) {
        throw err;
    } else {
        doSomething......
    }
});

JavaScript Sample Code:

var codeProtect = require('code-protect');
var option = {
    sourceDir: './sample-codebase',
    destinationDir: './new-sample-codebase',
    uglify:true,
    debug: true
};
 
codeProtect(option, function (err, data) {
    if (err) {
        throw err;
    } else {
        console.log(data);
    }
});

Command Usage

Install

npm install code-protect -g

Usage

Usage: code-protect [options] -s Warning: By Default destination directory set as source directory path.

Options:

  • -h, --help,                                      output usage information
    
  • -V, --version,                                   output the version number
    
  • -s, --source <source-directory-path>,            mention the source directory path.
    
  • -d, --destination <destination-directory-path>,  mention destination directory path.
    
  • -u, --uglify <true/false>,                       uglification on files
    
  • -x, --debug <true/false>,                        debug mode