A webpack plugin that wraps EnvKey's Node.js library so you can easily inject whitelisted configuration into your browser apps.
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README.md

envkey-webpack-plugin

A webpack plugin that wraps EnvKey's Node.js library so you can easily inject whitelisted configuration into your browser apps.

All vars will be available on process.env in the browser.

To make process.env.NODE_ENV available, just add it to the permitted whitelist (see below).

Install

npm i envkey-webpack-plugin --save-dev

Usage

var webpack = require('webpack'),
    EnvkeyWebpackPlugin = require('envkey-webpack-plugin');

module.exports = {
  //...

  plugins: [
    new EnvkeyWebpackPlugin({

      permitted: ["STRIPE_PUBLISHABLE_KEY", "PUSHER_APP_KEY", "NODE_ENV"], // required, specify whitelist of vars to pull from Envkey -- you can also include "NODE_ENV" to make that available

      dotEnvFile: ".env", // optional, specify alternate dotenv file path like ".env.staging" -- file should include valid ENVKEY variable

      define: {ANOTHER_VAR: "anotherVal"} // optional, set additional vars on `process.env`

    })
  ]

 //...
}