screenshot of Luna


Manage npm dependencies through a modern UI.


Luna is an npm management tool that offers a flexible and modern user interface for managing npm dependencies. Built with Electron, it allows users to easily install, update, and uninstall packages through a user-friendly web-based interface. Luna aims to simplify the npm management process and enhance the overall experience for developers.


  • Manage global and local packages
  • Search for new packages
  • Install packages
  • Update packages
  • Uninstall packages
  • Filter packages by name, group, and outdated status
  • Preview package details, including versions, statistics, and dependencies
  • Receive notifications for missing dependencies or extraneous packages


To install Luna, follow these steps:

  1. Install the application's dependencies by running the command:
    npm install

  2. Start the application using the command:
    npm start

  3. For development purposes, you can start the development server and run the application in development mode with the command:
    npm run dev


Luna is a powerful npm management tool that offers a modern and user-friendly interface for managing npm dependencies. With features like package installation, updating, and uninstallation, as well as filtering and previewing package details, Luna aims to simplify the npm management process for developers. Built with Electron and utilizing a tech stack that includes React, Redux, Webpack, Babel, RxJS, and Material-UI, Luna provides a seamless experience in managing npm packages. Contributions, issues, and feature requests are welcome, and Luna is licensed under GPL-3.0.


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