A proxy server that uses Artifactory to store npm modules for seamless integration with java/maven-based workflows
A proxy server that uses Artifactory as a data store for npm modules. Useful to seamlessly integrate node into your java/maven-based workflows.
- offload network strain on npmjs.org to in-house artifactory
- publish and consume your proprietary modules without major workarounds
- snapshot/shrinkwrap your dependency versions so that OSS licenses are bundled in-house
npm install npm-artifactory
Run the server:
Set your registry to point to the server (ie):
npm config set registry http://localhost:3000/
Use npm as you would:
npm publish npm install your-private-module
config.json before running (make sure the credentials to Artifactory are correct). The host and port are necessary for npm-artifactory to rewrite some urls to point to its instance instead of registry.npmjs.org. Make sure this these values are externally accessible (ie, provide your ip address instead of 'localhost').
You may optionally specify a proxy address in the config (ex. 'http://localhost:9999')
If you want to reset the registry back to the default, run:
npm config set registry https://registry.npmjs.org
Apache License 2.0