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CSV packages for Node.js and the web
This project provides CSV generation, parsing, transformation and serialization for Node.js.
It has been tested and used by a large community over the years and should be considered reliable. It provides every option you would expect from an advanced CSV parser and stringifier.
This repository is a monorepo managed using Lerna. There are 5 packages managed in this codebase, even though we publish them to NPM as separate packages:
csv(GitHub), an umbrella which is itself split into 4 packages.
csv-parse(GitHub), a parser converting CSV text into arrays or objects.
csv-stringify(GitHub), a stringifier converting records into a CSV text.
stream-transform(GitHub), a transformation framework.
The full documentation for the current version is available here.
- Extends the native Node.js transform stream API
- Simplicity with the optional callback and sync API
- Support for ECMAScript modules and CommonJS
- Large documentation, numerous examples and full unit test coverage
- Few dependencies, in many cases zero dependencies
- Node.js support from version 8 to latest
- Mature project with more than 10 years of history
Licensed under the MIT License.
The project is sponsored by Adaltas, an Big Data consulting firm based in Paris, France.
- David Worms: https://github.com/wdavidw