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  • Adding dependencies to your Node.js TIBCO Cloud? Integration app


    Deepesh Tiwari

    Node.js on TIBCO Cloud? Integration

    1. Getting started
    2. Prerequisites
    3. My first Node.js app
    4. Deploy your first Node.js app
    5. Test your Node.js app
    6. Manage your Node.js apps
    7. Adding dependencies to your app
    8. Run your app locally
    9. Understanding the generated code
    10. Advanced topics
    11. Best practices
    12. Resources

    The Node.js package ecosystem, npm, is one of the largest ecosystems of open source libraries in the world. It helps you connect to a massive amount of other apps and technologies: databases, SaaS apps, WebSocker servers, and a whole bunch more. You can look at npmjs.com and see all of the modules that you could use in your TIBCO Cloud? Integration apps.

    You can use them in your app as soon as you have added the module to your package.json file. To do that, simply run the below command in the same folder as your package.json file is located.

     $ npm install --save <package name>

    Note: Currently you can use all the NPM modules that are available on npmjs.com, though TIBCO reserves the right to blacklist any modules that are incompatable with the TCI infrastructure.

    Test your app on your machine


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