Easily manage your local and Vercel deployment environment variables for
vercel-env-create is a Node.js script that scans your project for all referenced
process.env variables and creates separate
.env files each environment in the root of your project's directory.
This makes it easy to manage your local development and test environments, as well as each of your Vercel deployment environments (
You can install this package using
npm install -g vercel-env-create
If you installed globally, you can use it in your project directory like this to either create or update your .env files with all of the variables used in your project:
Or you can install via
By default, the script will look for environment variables in files with the following extensions:
.css. You can add additional file extensions to search for by modifying the
extensions array in the script.
The script will create the following .env files in your project directory:
.env- for your default environment
.env.local- for your local development environment
.env.development- for your development environment
.env.production- for your production environment
This makes it easy to manage separate environment variables for each environment and ensures that all environment variables in your project are appropriately defined.
Licensed under the MIT License.