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jsdotenv

0.0.2 • Public • Published

dotenvjs

A runnable env environment

About

Gone are the days of using flat .env files. This module will help you to build your env should you need that flexability.

Example

Here is a simple example:

// .env.js
 
// Set your own defaults, whatever! Its your env anyways!
const env = {
  NODE_ENV: 'develop'
}
 
// Dynamically change thigns...
if (env.NODE_ENV === 'develop') {
  env.LOGGING = true
}
 
// Put all your vars into the exports!
module.exports = env

And you can now just use it as expected:

require('jsdotenv').config()
 
if (process.env.LOGGING) {
  console.log('Look Mom no hands!')
}

Installation

You can simply install:

npm i --save jsdotenv

And then create a .env.js file in your root. After that include this package like you see above and you are ready to go!

Additional Features

You can access this simple package with a simplified example, or use some of our additional Features.

parse

If you just wanna parse a file, try the following:

const jsdotenv = require('jsdotenv')
 
const parsed = jsdotenv.parse('/path/to/some/file.js')
console.log(parsed) // will be the evaluated parsed result.
config

The example above is the minimalistic approach of the config function. You can also use advanced features as well like so (defaults in parenthesis):

require('jsdotenv').config({
  path: '.env.js' // The .env file to evaluate.
})

License

MIT

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npm i jsdotenv

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