@nagyadam2092 opened this Issue on February 15th 2016


I want to download this repo via npm, but there is no package.json, so it fails to download the repo.
Could you please give a package.json to the project?

Thank you,

@tsteur commented on February 16th 2016 Owner

Hey @nagyadam2092 feel free to issue a pull request for this. You can download this repo via https://getcomposer.org/ by the way.

@mattab commented on March 31st 2016 Owner

@nagyadam2092 Pull request welcome!

@Findus23 commented on September 30th 2017 Member

this is a bit related to #12067

I am not sure if it is a good idea to let people install piwik via npm, as it has the same implications as installing via git or composer (need to fetch submodules and composer dependecies, etc.)

@davidbarratt commented on February 21st 2018

Well it would be really nice to have the JS tracker in npm. That way it can be bundled with webpack, etc.

@Findus23 commented on February 21st 2018 Member

Keep in mind that plugins can and need to modify the piwik.js to work properly.
But if you don’t care about this, a minimal package including just the js/ folder should be possible.

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