vue-enverywhere

    1.0.4 • Public • Published

    Enverywhere v1.0.4

    This package can be utilised to extract specific environment variables at runtime.

    Another option for this package is to pull the version from your package.json which is useful for versioning your service worker.

    Installation

    Using yarn:

    $ yarn add vue-enverywhere

    In VueJs:

    Import the package

    //in vue.confg.js
    const vueEnverywere = require('vue-enverywhere');
     
    module.exports = {
      configureWebpack: {
        ...
        plugins: [
          new vueEnverywere({ filename: 'env-vars.js' })
        ],
      },
    }

    Utilizing the env-vars file

    This snippet is from service worker but this file can be imported anywhere in your app

    importScripts('./env-vars.js')
     
    const inDevelopment = ENVERYWHERE_DEVELOPMENT

    example env

    VUE_APP_API_URL="http://localhost:8080"
    VUE_APP_BASE_URL="******"
    VUE_APP_ROUTER_MODE="hash"
    ENVERYWHERE_DEVELOPMENT="false"
    ENVERYWHERE_BASE_PREFIX="/example.api."

    example env-vars.js

    const ENVERYWHERE_DEVELOPMENT = 'false'
    const ENVERYWHERE_BASE_PREFIX = '/example.api.'
    const VERSION = '1.0.1'
    Note

    Only env variables prefixed with ENVERYWHERE_ will be exported.

    Note2

    Version is imported from the package.json version number, if you have no version in your package.json it wont import. I can alter the package to have this as an option in the future.

    Running

    $ yarn build

    Issues

    Please post a bug report or issue on GitHub.

    Install

    npm i vue-enverywhere

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    138

    Version

    1.0.4

    License

    ISC

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    • phillygogo