processenv parses environment variables.
$ npm install processenv
First you need to integrate processenv into your application.
const processenv = ;
Then, to parse an environment variable, call the
processenv function and provide the name of the environment variable you would like to parse.
const port = ;
If the environment variable is not set,
const port = || 3000;
Please note that the value is automatically converted to the appropriate data type, e.g. a
number. This also works for stringified JSON objects, in case you want to store complex configuration data inside an environment variable.
If you want to get all environment variables at once, omit the name and simply call
processenv. The values will all be parsed, but you can not specify default values.
const environmentVariables = ;
To build this module use roboter.
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