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readable-stream 3.6.2

Streams3, a user-land copy of the stream library from Node.js
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Package created
27 Jul 2012
Version published
10 Mar 2023
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3
Total deps
5
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3
License
MIT

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4 Packages, Including:
readable-stream@3.6.2
safe-buffer@5.2.1
string_decoder@1.3.0
util-deprecate@1.0.2

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inherits2.0.41.98 kBISC
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string_decoder1.3.04.51 kBMIT
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util-deprecate1.0.22.19 kBMIT
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does readable-stream do?

Readable-stream is a Node.js package providing a mirror of the streams implementations in Node.js 18.16.0. It offers Node.js core streams for userland. This package is designed to provide a stable streams base regardless of the Node.js version you or the users of your libraries are using. Using readable-stream, you can avoid using the "stream" module in Node-core. It guarantees better stability and is recommended for use instead of "stream".

How do you use readable-stream?

The use of readable-stream in application development is straightforward. First, you have to install the package using npm as follows:

npm install readable-stream

Then you can replace your require('stream') with require('readable-stream') without any changes if you're only using one of the main classes and functions. Below is an example of how to use some of the main classes and functions:

const {
  Readable,
  Writable,
  Transform,
  Duplex,
  pipeline,
  finished
} = require('readable-stream')

If you're using readable-stream in browsers, you will need a bundler like browserify, webpack, parcel, or similar. It's also important to note that polyfills are no longer required since version 4.2.0.

Where are the readable-stream docs?

The full documentation of readable-stream can be found on the Node.js website. Here is the link to the documentation: https://nodejs.org/dist/v18.16.0/docs/api/stream.html. The documentation provides comprehensive information about the use and functionalities of readable-stream. It's recommended to review the documentation to fully understand how to implement readable-stream in your project.