Luna - npm management through a modern UI. Built with Electron
npm desktop manager for handling npm dependencies. Supported platforms: OS X Windows and Linux.
Luna was created with main purpose to provide a flexible and modern UI for npm dependencies management. Furthermore I wanted to create a project with the latest web technologies combined in one application.
- Manage global and local packages
- Search npm for new packages
- Install packages
- Uninstall packages
- Update existing packages
- Filter packages by type or outdated
- Preview package details (versions, statistics, dependencies and more)
- Get notifications for missing dependencies or extraneous dependencies
- Reporting (audit/doctor)
How it works
The Renderer Process architecture:
- Action (Event) driven nature
- The IO Management, Business Logic Management and Predictable Application State Management processors (middlewares) are subscribers of the application action stream.
- The IO Management and Business Logic Management are consumers and producers of actions.
- The Predictable State Management is just a consumer of actions
- The views are listeners of the predictable state and they are re rendered whenever the predictable state changes and they produce actions upon the user interaction (clicks)
Install application's dependencies:
Start the application
Start the development server and run the application in development mode:
npm run dev
All binaries of the latest version are uploaded to the releases
- Electron -
- React -
- Redux -
- Webpack -
- Babel -
- Rxjs -
- Material-UI -
🛠️- 🐙- React components that implement Google's Material Design.
Contributing and Issues
Contributions, issues and feature requests are welcome.
Feel free to check issues page.
Pull requests are always welcome.
Be sure to merge the latest from "upstream" before making a pull request.
You can view my presentation in the GreeceJS meetup at http://bit.ly/2RES3AN
In memory of my friend luna