🔎 A browser extension for exploring npm dependencies on GitHub repos
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npmhub Chrome version Firefox version deployment

npmhub is a browser extension that lets you explore npm dependencies on GitHub and GitLab repos. When viewing a repository's file list containing a package.json, this extension will display links and descriptions for each dependency at the bottom of the page.

GitHub Enterprise, GitLab Enterprise and Community Edition are also supported by authorizing your own domain in the options.



Here's what npmhub looks like:

npmhub on Chrome

See Also

  • packagehub - an extension for displaying dependencies for different package managers on GitHub.
  • ghub.io - jump straight to the GitHub repo of an npm package, e.g. ghub.io/express.