Get metadata of a package from the npm registry
Get the latest version of an npm package
Find the closest package.json file
Find the first directory with a package.json, recursing up, starting with the given directory. Similar to look-up but does not support globs and only searches for package.json. Async and sync.
Parse an author, contributor, maintainer or other 'person' string into an object with name, email and url properties following npm conventions.
A complete solution to package and build a ready for distribution Electron app for MacOS, Windows and Linux with “auto update” support out of the box
Regular expression for parsing an `author` string into an object following npm conventions.
Get a list of npm packages with keywords
Loads package.json, by finding the first directory with a package.json, recursing up, starting with the given directory.
Check whether a package or organization name is available on npm
Get installation path where the given package is installed. Works for globally and locally installed packages
Stringify an authors object to `name <email> (url)`.
Parse string values in package.json into objects.
Normalize values in package.json using the map-schema library.
Plugin for adding a `pkg` method that exposes pkg-store to your base application.
Use package.json as a config store.
Checks that given package is installed globally or locally.
Resolves a given package if it is installed locally, then tries to resolve it from global registry, using battle-tested [global-modules] package. Better approach than internal `require.resolve`, so you can trust. You just get absolute filepath to some p
Lightweight, high-performance calendar component based on Vue.js