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Add obfuscation to your build process with gulp and gulp-jscrambler.

How to Use


Install with npm.

npm install -D gulp-jscrambler

Option -D will make sure it is installed as a devDependency.

Setup your Jscrambler Gulp task

In order to start using gulp-jscrambler you will need to add a new task to your project gulpfile.js. This task will be responsible for protecting your application with Jscrambler.

Here's an example of how Jscrambler task should look like:

var gulp = require('gulp');
var jscrambler = require('gulp-jscrambler');

gulp.task('default', function (done) {
      keys: {
      applicationId: 'XXXXXXXXXXXX',
      params: [
          name: 'whitespaceRemoval'
          name: 'stringSplitting'
    .on('end', done);

You will need your credentials and Application ID in order to protect your application. Navigate to your Settings page and grab your accessKey and secretKey at the API Credentials section.

Your applicationId can be found inside your application page just below your application name. Click the copy to clipboard icon to copy the applicationId.

Application ID

You can also grab your current configuration on your application page. This will download a .json file containing a valid configuration with your currently selected options.

download config file location

Keep in mind that the params object is optional and if it is not provided we will use your previous configuration.

Usage Example

You can find some working examples here.

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