npm hook ls [pkg] npm hook add <entity> <url> <secret> npm hook update <id> <url> [secret] npm hook rm <id>
Add a hook to watch a package for changes:
$ npm hook add lodash https://example.com/ my-shared-secret
Add a hook to watch packages belonging to the user substack:
$ npm hook add ~substack https://example.com/ my-shared-secret
Add a hook to watch packages in the scope @npm
$ npm hook add @npm https://example.com/ my-shared-secret
List all your active hooks:
$ npm hook ls
List your active hooks for the lodash package:
$ npm hook ls lodash
Update an existing hook's url:
$ npm hook update id-deadbeef https://my-new-website.here/
Remove a hook:
$ npm hook rm id-deadbeef
Allows you to manage npm hooks https://blog.npmjs.org/post/145260155635/introducing-hooks-get-notifications-of-npm, including adding, removing, listing, and updating.
Hooks allow you to configure URL endpoints that will be notified whenever a change happens to any of the supported entity types. Three different types of entities can be watched by hooks: packages, owners, and scopes.
To create a package hook, simply reference the package name.
To create an owner hook, prefix the owner name with ~ (as in, ~youruser).
To create a scope hook, prefix the scope name with @ (as in, @yourscope).
The hook id used by update and rm are the IDs listed in npm hook ls for that particular hook.