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dotenv - Loads environment variables from .env for nodejs projects.

  •    Javascript

Dotenv is a zero-dependency module that loads environment variables from a .env file into process.env. Storing configuration in the environment separate from code is based on The Twelve-Factor App methodology.As early as possible in your application, require and configure dotenv.

dotenv - A Ruby gem to load environment variables from `.env`.

  •    Ruby

Shim to load environment variables from .env into ENV in development. Storing configuration in the environment is one of the tenets of a twelve-factor app. Anything that is likely to change between deployment environments–such as resource handles for databases or credentials for external services–should be extracted from the code into environment variables.

dotenv - Symfony Dotenv parses

  •    PHP

Symfony Dotenv parses .env files to make environment variables stored in them accessible via getenv(), $_ENV, or $_SERVER.

dotenv-safe - Load environment variables from .env and ensure they are all present

  •    Javascript

Identical to dotenv, but ensures that all necessary environment variables are defined after reading from .env. These needed variables are read from .env.example, which should be commited along with your project. If all the required variables were successfully read but an error was thrown when trying to read the .env file, the error will be included in the result object under the error key.

react-native-dotenv - A Babel preset let you import application configs from

  •    Javascript

Let you import environment variables from a .env file in React Native, don't need any native code integration. Add the react-native-dotenv preset to your .babelrc file at the project root.

django-dotenv - Loads environment variables from .env

  •    Python

foreman reads from .env. manage.py doesn't. Let's fix that.Original implementation was written by @jacobian.

sync-dotenv - Keep your .env in sync with .env.example

  •    TypeScript

Projects often rely on environmental variables stored in a .env file to run... and because these variables sometimes contain sensitive data, we never add them to source control. Instead, these variables are added e.g. to a .env.example file so it's easy to get the project running for other developers. However, it's very easy to forget to update this file when a variable is added/updated in .env (during development). This can make it difficult for devs to get the project running (locally) because they rely on .env.example file to setup their environment (with their own configs). sync-dotenv automates the process of keeping your .env in sync with .env.example.

dotenv-expand - Variable expansion for dotenv

  •    Javascript

Dotenv-expand adds variable expansion on top of dotenv. If you find yourself needing to expand environment variables already existing on your machine, then dotenv-expand is your tool.As early as possible in your application, require dotenv and dotenv-expand, and wrap dotenv-expand around dotenv.

dotenv-parse-variables - Parse dotenv files for Boolean, Array, and Number variable types, built for Lad

  •    Javascript

Parse dotenv files for Boolean, Array, and Number variable types, built for CrocodileJS.After using this plugin, the environment variables are parsed to their proper types.

ember-cli-dotenv - Dotenv for your ember app through ember-cli

  •    Javascript

Next, configure config/dotenv.js. You can then use the node process environment variables in other ember-cli-addons, such as express middleware or other servers/tasks.

example-zeit-now-dotenv - Using dotenv with https://zeit.co/now

  •    Javascript

You have an app with secrets like database passwords and API keys. You're being responsible by storing that config in the environment (process.env). Because now follows the same rules as npm publish for deploys, your .env file will not be included in the deploy. To fix this, create a .npmignore file that explicitly states to include your .env file.

companienv - Companion for .env files

  •    PHP

Your companion for .env files. Everybody knows about 12 factor and environments variables now. A lot of frameworks such as Symfony are using a .env file to configure the application, but we don't have anything to help users to complete their local .env file. Some of the blocks of your .env file might not even be relevant if some other variable was disabling a given feature.

gconfigs - gConfigs - Config and Secret parser

  •    Python

This is experimental, so you know, use at your own risk. These are the preferred methods to install gConfigs.

lookenv - Set rules for the environment variables in your project. Works great with dotenv

  •    Javascript

Set rules for the environment variables in your project. lookenv can check if all the variables you need are present before starting your app. It also can set defaults for those variables that are not present. Works fine with dotenv or dotenv-safe.

envfile - Parse and write environment files with Node.js

  •    Javascript

Parse and stringify the environment configuration files and format, also known as .env files and dotenv files

serverless-export-env - Serverless plugin to export environment variables into a .env file

  •    Javascript

This Serverless plugin exports the environment variables defined in serverless.yml into a distinct .env file. This allows you to access these environment variables from local scripts such as for integration tests. You will find the .env file in the root folder of your project. It will collect the global environment variables of the poject as well as all environment variables of the functions. It will also add API_ENDPOINT and IS_OFFLINE to your environment if you run the plugin via serverless offline.

webpack-dotenv-plugin - Use dotenv with webpack.

  •    Javascript

Use dotenv with webpack. dotenv is a fantastic and useful way to manage environment variables. I wanted to keep the good times going when working with webpack for frontend projects.

envalid - Environment variable validation for Node.js

  •    Javascript

By default, cleanEnv() will log an error message and exit if any required env vars are missing or invalid. For an example you can play with, clone this repo and see the example/ directory.

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