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    jsontxt

    0.0.7 • Public • Published

    jsontxt

    Write, read, & delete JSON stored in a .txt file.

    Installation

    $ npm i jsontxt
    

    Usage

    Require module:

    const jsontxt = require("jsontxt");

    Write json:

    const json = [{ key: "value" }, "item"];
    
    jsontxt.write(json, { filename: "test" });
    
    // Writes JSON in a test.txt file located in the project's root directory [default].

    Read json:

    const json = jsontxt.read({ filename: "test" });
    
    console.log(json);
    
    // [{ key: "value" }, "item"]

    Delete file:

    jsontxt.delete({ filename: "test" });
    
    // Deletes test.txt file.

    .txt Path

    By default, PWD is the environment variable used to find a project's root directory. If it is null or undefined, or if you'd like to save the .txt file in a different location, you can define an absolute path to host the file using the JSONTXT_PATH environment variable name.

    .txt Name

    By default, the name assigned to the .txt file is "json". If you'd like to save the .txt file under a different name, you can define it using the JSONTXT_NAME environment variable name.

    Install

    npm i jsontxt

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    6

    Version

    0.0.7

    License

    ISC

    Unpacked Size

    3.79 kB

    Total Files

    7

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