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fx-marketplace-publish

0.1.2 • Public • Published

fx-marketplace-publish

Easily publish an application on the Firefox Marketplace

Install

Install the package in your project using npm install --save fx-marketplace-publish.

Documentation

publish(options)

options: Object

The options object can have the following properties:

  • path: Path to the webapp manifest in the web, or to a local packaged application
  • consumerKey: Your consumer API key for the marketplace, inherited from node-firefox-marketplace, see their documentation for more info.
  • consumerSecret: Your consumer API secret for the marketplace, inherited from node-firefox-marketplace, see their documentation for more info.
  • environment: The marketplace you want to publish to, inherited from node-firefox-marketplace, see their documentation for more info. Defaults to "development"
  • type: Optional webapp type specifier. Can be either "manifest" or "packaged". Else the type is sniffed from the file extension in the path property.

Returns a Promise, which resolves when the app is successfully published on the firefox marketplace, and gets rejected whenever an error occurs, including a failed validation.

Example

This code snippet publishes a webapp packaged in dist/my-webapp.zip in the production environment of Firefox Marketplace (http://marketplace.firefox.com).

var { publish } = require("fx-marketplace-publish");
 
publish({
  path: 'dist/my-webapp.zip',
  consumerKey: "myConsumerKey",
  consumerSecret: "myConsumerSecret",
  environment: "production"
});

License

This project is licensed under the MPL-2.0.

install

npm i fx-marketplace-publish

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0.1.2

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