Is there a way to read environment variables in Node.js code?  Like for example Python's os.environ['HOME']....
I have an AngularJS project that uses webpack for bundling, serving, and building - no task runner such as  bower or gulp is used. I'd like to be able to set environment variables for things such as the REST API endpoints that I'll be consumi...
I have the following file for my nodejs project  FROM node:boron  # Create app directory RUN mkdir -p /usr/src/app WORKDIR /usr/src/app  # Install app dependencies COPY package.json /usr/src/app/ RUN npm install    # Bundle app source COPY . /usr/src...
I have some non sensitive data that I need to set to different values based on what environment node runs in staging or production, I believe accessing something like process.env.NODE_ENV will not work within a react component itself, only in a serve...
I'm building my first Express app, which needs to interact with an API, using an API key that ideally remains secure.   So I wanted to follow a basic pattern of keeping the key (and any future environment variables), in a .gitignored .env file in...
I am trying to access some environment variables using process.env that were loaded by dotenv.  My folder structure :  .env src -- - server.js   My server.js configuration :  (...) import auth from './middleware/auth' import dotenv from '...
I was using env-cmd to use environment variable in react.   I came across this library from this video   So, I did something like this in my package.json   "scripts": {     "dev": "env-cmd ./.env.development node_modules/.bin/webp...
I am using an .env file to hold environment variables for the server. This works if I run the server with foreman start. But it doesn't work with nodemon.   I would like to use nodemon instead because it restarts automatically when you modify the...
I am currently using Algolia for my search engine inside a Laravel application, so whenever a record is created it is also sent to the Agolia database. Of course I want to separate my data in the Algolia database with a testset for local development...
I would like to run an executable and its path contains an enviroment variable, for example if I would like to run chrome.exe I would like to write something like this  var spawn = require('child_process').spawn; spawn('chrome',[], {c...

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