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NPM Graph - linking GitHub and NPM (delisted)

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Evaluate NPM packages by listing top GitHub projects that depend on them

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Description from store NPM Graph is something like a reverse package.json - it allows you to see what GitHub projects depend on a given NPM package. This allows you to: ✔ Find usage examples on the best maintained projects ✔ Evaluate the field-maturity of any NPM package ✔ Compare packages right in the search results page ✔ See package description and popularity on GitHub package.json pages (NEW!) ✔ Find projects that use an intersection of NPM packages (soon) ✔ See the popularity trend of the package (soon) ✔ Algorithmically Find similar packages (soon) WHAT IS NPM-GRAPH? The NPM-Graph project strives to supply JavaScript developers with unique and useful insights about NPM packages, by mapping all connections between GitHub repositories and NPM packages HOW DOES IT WORK? 1. Take several monster-spec EC2 instances 2. Put inside ALL public package.json files on GitHub 3. Mix with several graph algorithms and lots of imagination 4. Expose results as an API 5. GOTO 2:

Latest reviews

  • (2020-01-21) Dan Moorehead — PowerSheet.ai: Doesn't seem to work any longer, at least not in enhancing NPMJS.com site.
  • (2018-01-12) Ssubrat Rrudra: If this extension didn't exist, i would made one.
  • (2016-07-20) Schmulik Raskin: Provides another and better metric to determine whether an NPM module is a good choice.
  • (2016-07-10) Lior Grossman: Great extension! This is extremely very useful as a developer, as I often ponder which packages should or shouldn't I include in my projects. A++
  • (2016-07-09) Crane Lope: Amazing. This should be built into npm.

Latest issues

  • (2020-05-30, v:1.20.0) RIAZ ALI LASKAR: Its not working
    an update would be nice
  • (2019-01-09, v:1.20.0) Nothing shows up
    I don't see any errors, but nothing shows up even on very popular packages. Maybe it's because it's using anonymous API access: is there a way to use our own personal token?
  • (2018-08-11, v:1.17.0) Ian Izaguirre: Not Working for me
    I don't see any listing of popular repositories using a package on any NPM package page ?
  • (2018-07-11, v:1.17.0) Sigurjón Viðar Svavarsson: Bitbucket/Stash
    Hi, What about adding support for bitbucket/stash. Having an option for adding your own hosted site so this could be used with stash
  • (2018-05-03, v:1.17.0) Ian Izaguirre: I dont think its working for me ?
    I don't see any listing of popular repositories using a package on any NPM package page ?
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4.4 (7 votes)
Last update / version
2018-10-02 / 1.20.0
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