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private-static-website

1.4.0 • Public • Published

Serves up the content of a local directory to everyone who logs in with an allowed email address.

Usage

var makePrivateServer = require('private-static-website')

var options = {

}

var server = makePrivateServer(options)

server.start(8080)

server.updateUsers([
	'you@yourdomain.com',
	'yourfriend@gmail.com'
])

Options

  • privateContentPath: the local path with the content to be served to authenticated users
  • transportOptions: transport options to be passed to nodemailer
  • defaultMailOptions: default values for the "e-mail message fields" to be passed to nodemailer
  • getEmailText: a function that takes a login token and returns a string of html to be sent as the login email
  • domain: the domain name that cookies should be set on
  • db (optional): if you would like user's sessions to be persisted, you may pass in a levelup database for them to be stored in

Primarily composed of

  • just-login for email address authentication
  • st for static file serving

Todo

  • logging out
  • turn caching back on

install

npm i private-static-website

Downloadsweekly downloads

12

version

1.4.0

license

WTFPL

homepage

github.com

repository

Gitgithub

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