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    detect-node-es
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    1.1.0 • Public • Published

    detect-node

    This is a fork of detect-node.

    Differences:

    • uses named export {isNode}
    • has d.ts integrated
    • supports ESM

    Install

    npm install --save detect-node-es

    Usage:

    -var isNode = require('detect-node');
    +var {isNode} = require('detect-node-es');
    
    if (isNode) {
      console.log("Running under Node.JS");
    } else {
      alert("Hello from browser (or whatever not-a-node env)");
    }

    The check is performed as:

    module.exports = false;
    
    // Only Node.JS has a process variable that is of [[Class]] process
    try {
     module.exports = Object.prototype.toString.call(global.process) === '[object process]' 
    } catch(e) {}

    Thanks to Ingvar Stepanyan for the initial idea. This check is both the most reliable I could find and it does not use process env directly, which would cause browserify to include it into the build.

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    Install

    npm i detect-node-es

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    866,690

    Version

    1.1.0

    License

    MIT

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