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Mirror of the papaparse package that only contains the minified JavaScript file. That is, without any unnecessary files such as documentation and unit tests. It is good to have those resources available but they're a complete waste of space in a production environment and inflate the package's size. This has been published as a separate package by @tjohnston-softdev for those who only need the minified code but still want to keep their dependencies organized.

Parse CSV with JavaScript

Papa Parse is the fastest in-browser CSV (or delimited text) parser for JavaScript. It is reliable and correct according to RFC 4180, and it comes with these features:

  • Easy to use
  • Parse CSV files directly (local or over the network)
  • Fast mode (is really fast)
  • Stream large files (even via HTTP)
  • Reverse parsing (converts JSON to CSV)
  • Auto-detect delimiter
  • Worker threads to keep your web page reactive
  • Header row support
  • Pause, resume, abort
  • Can convert numbers and booleans to their types
  • Optional jQuery integration to get files from <input type="file"> elements
  • One of the only parsers that correctly handles line-breaks and quotations

Papa Parse has no dependencies - not even jQuery.


'papaparse-min' is available on npm.
It can be installed with the following command:

npm install papaparse-min

Homepage & Demo

The website is hosted on Github Pages.


Download the original repository, run npm install, then npm test to perform the tests.


To discuss a new feature or ask a question, open an issue. To fix a bug, submit a pull request to be credited with the contributors! Remember, a pull request, with test, is best. You may also discuss on Twitter with #PapaParse or directly to me, @mholt6.

If you contribute a patch, ensure the tests suite is running correctly. We run continuous integration on each pull request and will not accept a patch that breaks the tests.


This repository is a mirror of the papaparse package for Node JS. It mirrors all versions from 4.0.0 onwards since this is when the package was first published to NPM. The reason this is a completely separate repository and not a fork is to keep the repository as small as possible without any unnecessary files. The original work is licensed under MIT and as such, I claim no personal copyright over this publication. All credit should go to the original developers (@mholt, @pokoli, et al.)

This is a only mirror of a package across different versions which have been published to NPM. Minified code cannot be directly maintained but mirrors of newer versions will be published as they are released.


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