package.jsonallows you to run npm packages locally.
"karma": "karma"script references the
karmashell script is the
node_modules/.bindirectory. This reference needs to be grab and an alias needs to be applied to it in order to be used in other npm scripts, such as
"test": "karma start".
prepublish: Run before the package is published
postpublish: Run after the package is published
preinstall: Run before the package is installed
postinstall: Run after the package is installed
version: Run before bump the package version
postversion: Run after bump the package version
posttest: Run by the
poststop: Run by the
poststart: Run by the
postrestart: Run by the
npm restartcommand. Note:
npm restartwill run the stop and start scripts if no
restartscript is provided.
It can be deduced that the
"scripts" property in
package.json is a very powerful tool. It can be used as a build tool, similar to the likes of Grunt and Gulp, but with over 250,000 packages available. NPM scripts runs npm packages installed locally to your project from the