Search the npm registry and install packages from Atom. No more cycling between browsers, terminals and editors!
$ apm install npm-helper
There are three ways to use this extension:
import ' followed by the first few
characters of the name of the package you'd like to install and wait for
autocomplete to kick in. Select the package and you're done!
If you know the exact name of the package you'd like to install, hit
ctrl-cmd-i on macOS) and enter it. An
import statement will
be generated for you.
Alternatively, you can type the name of the package into the editor, select it, and then use the keyboard shortcut to install it.
To search the npm registry, press
ctrl-cmd-n on macOS) and enter
a query. Select a package from the list of search results to install it and
Alternatively, you can type your search query into the editor, select it, and then use the keyboard shortcut to start searching immediately.
Autocompletes your import statements and installs packages.
How long to wait for autocompletion requests (in milliseconds).
How long to wait for search requests (in milliseconds).
The autocomplete feature is powered by Constructor.io, who have graciously offered free use of their service.
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