js-ipfs-http-client - A client library for the IPFS HTTP API, implemented in JavaScript.

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A client library for the IPFS HTTP API, implemented in JavaScript. This client library implements the interface-ipfs-core enabling applications to change between an embedded js-ipfs node and any remote IPFS node without having to change the code. In addition, this client library implements a set of utility functions. Alan Shaw.

https://github.com/ipfs/js-ipfs-http-client

Dependencies:

async : ^2.6.1
bignumber.js : ^8.0.2
bl : ^2.1.2
bs58 : ^4.0.1
cids : ~0.5.5
concat-stream : ^2.0.0
debug : ^4.1.0
detect-node : ^2.0.4
end-of-stream : ^1.4.1
err-code : ^1.1.2
flatmap : 0.0.3
glob : ^7.1.3
ipfs-block : ~0.8.0
ipfs-unixfs : ~0.1.16
ipld-dag-cbor : ~0.13.0
ipld-dag-pb : ~0.15.0
is-ipfs : ~0.4.7
is-pull-stream : 0.0.0
is-stream : ^1.1.0
libp2p-crypto : ~0.16.0
lodash : ^4.17.11
lru-cache : ^5.1.1
multiaddr : ^6.0.0
multibase : ~0.6.0
multihashes : ~0.4.14
ndjson : ^1.5.0
once : ^1.4.0
peer-id : ~0.12.1
peer-info : ~0.15.0
promisify-es6 : ^1.0.3
pull-defer : ~0.2.3
pull-pushable : ^2.2.0
pull-stream-to-stream : ^1.3.4
pump : ^3.0.0
qs : ^6.5.2
readable-stream : ^3.0.6
stream-http : ^3.0.0
stream-to-pull-stream : ^1.7.2
streamifier : ~0.1.1
tar-stream : ^1.6.2
through2 : ^3.0.0

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