Find the root directory of a Node.js project or npm package
Process execution for humans
Get your PATH prepended with locally installed binaries
Give me a string and I'll tell you if it's a valid npm package license string
Get the npm global path prefix.
Get the directory of globally installed packages and binaries
Get the auth token set for an npm registry (if any)
Check if your package was installed globally
Get the set npm registry URL
Update notifications for your CLI app
Get metadata of a package from the npm registry
Check if your code is running as an npm script
Get the latest version of an npm package
Resolve a directory that is either local, global or in the user's home directory.
Is this specifier a node.js core module?
Resolves a matching manifest from a package metadata document according to standard npm semver resolution rules.
Detects what package manager executes the process
Check if a project is using Yarn
Give me a string and I'll tell you if it's a valid npm package name
PostCSS plugin to import CSS files