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node-credstash

node-credstash

Node.js port of credstash

Installation

As a command line tool:

npm install node-credstash -g

As a project dependency:

npm install node-credstash --save

Setup

Setup of the credtash table is on it's way, but for now we recommend using credstash, or building the table yourself.

Make sure you have some AWS credentials set up on your machine. There are a number of ways to do this, listed here.

Usage

Command line tool

Put

To store a value called super_secret with a value abc123, we'd do the following:

node-credstash put super_secret abc123

Get

To get the value of super_secret:

node-credstash get super_secret

Options

You can pass two arguments to both commands:

  • --region Your desired AWS region (this should be the same as your credstash table). Defaults to us-east-1
  • --table Your credstash table name. Defaults to credential-store

Node.js Module

Initialise

const Credstash = require('node-credstash');
const credstash = new Credstash('us-east-1', 'credential-store');

The constructor takes two arguments:

  • region Your desired AWS region (this should be the same as your credstash table)
  • table Your credstash table name

Put

credstash.put('super_secret', 'abc123', (err) => {
    
});

The arguments are:

  • key The key's name
  • value This is the value to be encrypted
  • callback A callback function

Get

You can either get one item:

credstash.get('super_secret', (err, value) => {
    
});

Or multiple:

credstash.getAll(['super_secret', 'more_secret'], (err, values) => {
    // values.super_secret = abc123 
    // ... 
});

The arguments are:

  • item(s) Either a string for get or an array of strings for getAll
  • callback Callback function