How do I set up a private npm registry to host internal JavaScript packages?

Asked 5 months ago

I need to host and manage internal JavaScript packages for my organization. How can I set up a private npm registry to store and distribute these packages securely?

Collin Barajas

Tuesday, November 07, 2023

To create a private npm registry, you can consider using tools like Verdaccio or Sinopia. So, to start, simply install and configure one of these registry solutions on a server within your organization's network, and then set up authentication and authorization mechanisms to control access.

Once this is set up, configure your npm clients to use the private registry. You can publish your internal packages to this registry and share them with your team securely. Nevertheless, remember to keep the registry updated and maintain it regularly to ensure reliable package distribution.





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