npm init -y
onces the package is created, make a main.js file
add main.js file in bin section, if it is not then create one.
#!/usr/bin/env node // at the top of the main.js file.
go write the logic of your package, what you want to do.
our simply write.
console.log('hello world this is my First Package.')
after doing this open command palete and type
npm login # you will be propmt for username and password and OTP
npm publish # this will publish your package to npm. # make sure you are have unique name for your package.
for updating package go to your root file (main.js) and make your update.
After, this will update your package.
npm version patch/minor/major # Patch: is nominal edits version updates last decimal. # Minor: is minor bug fixed version, updates second last. # Major: is major version updates Main.
for using packages in your local machine type
npm i -g <package-name> # -g is for global package, so you can access it from anywhere in you computer
<package-name> # to run your package. # console.log('hello world this is my First Package.')
This is my first package, and accutally I don't have any proper use case of this, but I am built for learning purpose
with this package you can convert you text to slug
makeslug convert this into slug # convert-this-into-slug
npm i -g makeslug
So, this is simple story of my first package.