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    netlify-plugin-js-obfuscator

    A Netlify Build plugin to extract and obfuscate your JavaScript Source Code, which provide protection for your source code. JS Obfuscator, built on top of the javascript-obfuscator. JavaScript Obfuscator is a powerful free obfuscator for JavaScript, containing a variety of features which provide protection for your source code.

    Key features:

    • variables renaming
    • strings extraction and encryption
    • dead code injection
    • control flow flattening
    • various code transformations

    The example of obfuscated code: github.com

    ⚠️ Important

    As describe in the javascript-obfuscator package, code obfuscation may impact your website's performance.

    Usage and inputs

    To install the plugin in the Netlify UI, use this direct in-app installation link or go to the Plugins directory.

    For file-based installation, add it to your netlify.toml file.

    [[plugins]]
      package = "netlify-plugin-js-obfuscator"
    
      # All inputs are optional, so you can omit this section.
      # Defaults are shown below.
      # You can also refer to `javascript-obfuscator`’s documentation: https://github.com/javascript-obfuscator/javascript-obfuscator.
      [plugins.inputs]
       # Compact code output on one line.
         compact = false
       # Enables numbers conversion to expressions
         numbersToExpressions = true
       # Enables additional code obfuscation through simplification.
         simplify = true
       # Randomly shuffles the stringArray array items
         shuffleStringArray = true
       # Splits literal strings into chunks with length of splitStringsChunkLength option value
         splitStrings = true

    To complete file-based installation, from your project's base directory, use npm package manager to add the plugin to devDependencies in package.json.

    npm install -D netlify-plugin-js-obfuscator

    Once installed and configured, the plugin will automatically run on the Netlify CI.

    Testing locally

    To test this plugin locally, you can use the Netlify CLI:

    # Install the Netlify CLI.
    npm install netlify-cli -g
    
    # In the project working directory, run the build as Netlify would with the build bot.
    netlify build

    Install

    npm i netlify-plugin-js-obfuscator

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    89

    Version

    1.0.21

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    7.21 kB

    Total Files

    5

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