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npm-star — Mark your favorite packages


npm star [<pkg>...]

Note: This command is unaware of workspaces.


"Starring" a package means that you have some interest in it.  It's a vaguely positive way to show that you care.

It's a boolean thing. Starring repeatedly has no additional effect.


There's also these extra commands to help you manage your favorite packages:


You can also "unstar" a package using npm help unstar

"Unstarring" is the same thing, but in reverse.

Listing stars

You can see all your starred packages using npm help stars


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The base URL of the npm registry.


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  • Type: Boolean

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See Also

  • npm help unstar
  • npm help stars
  • npm help view
  • npm help whoami
  • npm help adduser


July 2021