Get the list of npm modules owned by a user.
Since npm doesn't publish any docs for interacting with their API, the best you can do is read through their website repo and try to reverse engineer it.
What I found was that it's just a simple HTTP call which returns a JSON array of modules.
So keep using this module if you want, or just hit up this URL:
USERNAME is obviously the users name, like
GET query params are possible:
per_page: Number of results to include on paginated query.
page: Zero-indexed page for paginated results.
format: Changes the amount of data returned. As best as I can tell the only options are not using it or the string
For example, to get
5 modules from the user
saibotsivad go here
(even in your browser):
Install it the normal way:
npm install npm-owned-modules
You just call it with a string that's the user name:
var ownedModules =
The modules list is just a simple array of module name strings, e.g.:
var modules ='npm-owned-modules''ftp-core'// etc.