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chalk and tidelift

chalk is a npm component included in the Tidelift Subscription

Tidelift is working with the maintainers of chalk and a growing network of open source maintainers to ensure your open source software supply chain meets enterprise standards now and into the future.



With a comprehensive open source management solution like the Tidelift Subscription, organizations can efficiently manage the ways development teams use thousands of open source components across JavaScript, Java, Python, Swift, and Golang. (Beta-compatible with Rust, C#, Ruby, and PHP.) Improve the health, security, and resilience of the open source used in their applications with catalogs of known-good, proactively maintained open source components—backed by maintainers.

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About chalk

npm chalk is a JavaScript package that makes sure terminal string styling is done right. npm chalk comes with an easy to use composable API where you just chain and nest the styles you want. You can easily design your own themes.

according to npm, chalk has more than 20 million downloads a week, and nearly 50,000 projects depend on it.

npm chalk is maintained by prolific npm maintainer Sindre Sorhus, who is working with Tidelift to offer maintenance, code improvements, and security updates, for chalk and many of the 1000+ packages he also maintains. You can learn more about how Tidelift works with chalk maintainer Sindre Sorhus in this blog post.

chalk is available via the npm package manager.

 

 

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What is included in the Tidelift Subscription?

Improve visibility

  • Dynamic SBOMs generated after every build
  • Visibility into transitive dependencies for JavaScript, Java, and .NET
  • Easily search for open source components of interest and understand usuage
  • Identify open source components that do not align with organizational standards and policies

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decision-making

 

Improve decision-making

  • Human-researched metadata to drive informed decision making
  • Maintainer-verified CVE and license data
  • Recommendations to improve application health
  • Centralized decision engine to drive consistent development practices

Improve governance

  • Inclusive approach to defining open source policies and standards
  • Proactively evaluate and approve open source components for developers to use
  • Help developers self-serve from approved components and avoid rework.

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reilience

 

Improve resilience

  • Validate that components meet enterprise standards—with data and recommendations from Tidelift and maintainer partners.
  • Enable informed decision making to resolve issues and improve application health.
  • Conduct necessary due diligence with research and validated metadata from Tidelift.