Now, NPM is a package manager for Node.js packages or modules as per the application requirement. The npmjs.com hosts thousands of free packages to simply download and make use of it inside your Node JS applications. The NPM program auto-installs on your system once when you install Node JS.
Here is how you can Add Vitamin C [C6H8O6] using the below-listed node modules to extend the capability of your Node JS applications.
Chokidar: This is a utility module, a neat wrap around for Node JS
fs.watch / fs.watchFile / fsevents. This module relies on the Node JS core file system (fs) module, but while using the watch and watchFile methods for watching, as it normalizes the events it receives and it often checks for the truth by getting the file stats or the directory (dir) contents.
CSV: CSV module has around four sub-modules, which facilitates the CSV generation, the parsing mechanism, the transformation, and the serialization for the Node JS applications.
C-log: This is a colorful cli logger for the Node JS. The usage commands include the same three basic essentials i.e. log, info, and warn. Moreover, this module can easily be installed using the command “npm install c-log --save”.
C-clone: This node module allows you to clone a GitHub repository folder, but all we require is to change it to SVN. This package installs easily and globally using the command: “npm install -g cc”.
C-geohash: This module is a node-geohash-cpp and this is simply a C++ extension to a node based on the module node-geohash. One can simply install using the command: npm install cgeohash and use the geohash encode and decode methods as per the application requirement.
CSversion: The package typically comes in being soon after doing the File à New à Project and it then makes it easy to follow the semantic versioning conversion thereby.
Hapi: This node package is a utility package that facilitates consumption of the stream-built system which enables the users to automate the tasks in the development workflow which are time-consuming or painful in nature.
HTTP-server: This package is a simple, zero-configuration command-line HTTP server. The package is dominant enough for the production mode, but on the other hand, it is modest and hackable enough for testing purposes, local development, and learning.
H-buttons: In this module, the buttons are made using the hyper script style renderer and csjs. The user just needs to specify the h-button type and class, for ex: button style [‘h-button-delete’] and as per the requirements one can specify the height and width of the button as well.
H Shopping Cart: This module brings in ease for the integration of the shopping cart. The user just needs to pass the hyperScript function and the data object and simply return the HTML. One can simply install this package following the command: npm install an h shopping cart and follow the instructions inside the npm documentation.
H-audio: This package is a wholesome library for playing the notes in the browser using the web audio. All you need to do is require the package and use its methods for example- play (), stop (), getActiveNotes () and getActieNoteIds ().
H-log: This npm is a simple log manager, designed either with the browser or with a Node JS console. It facilitates the basic logging methods such as info, warns, and debug, error and log. Also, make a note of the fact that it can either be serialized or sent somewhere or it can be dumped somewhere in the browser console.
Optimist: The optimist is a Node JS library facilitating with the option parsing all along with the ‘argv’ hash. This library is for those folks who hate the option parsing and like all the –bells and –whistlz of program usage but the think-out strings are simply a waste of time. All you need to do is require the package inside your own lines of code.
O-validator: This is a flexible and lightweight object validation library, as these validators are the generic low-level API and it facilitates us with the pre-built validation functions. O-validator has no assumptions about the structure of the provided data; in fact, it lets the consumer define how their data requires inspection with the help of the validating properties with a set of common predicate functions. This is out of the functional principles, wherein no special syntax is required.
Otp-react-redux: This is a node library used for writing modern openTripPlanner-compatible multi-modal journey planning application construction, using React and Redux. All a user needs is to install the dependencies and simply start a test instance using yarn, with the help of the following set of commands: yarn install, yarn start.
O-tools: This node package facilitates the addition of numbers of the standardized command-line utilities, In order to develop the Node JS codebases more effectively. The user needs to add this module as the development dependency using the command: npm i –- save-dev o-tools-node, and make use of the Node JS codebase effectively.
Therefore, the dev-folks can make use of the set of all of these packages and their utilities respectively depending upon the application requirements and add a pinch of vitamin C into their Node applications.