On a call with our open source specialists, you’ll:
|Freely available open source code|
|Security: Timely notifications and help addressing vulnerabilities|
|Maintenance: Assurance of ongoing high-quality maintenance into the future|
|Licensing: Legal assurances documenting license status and whether current usage is compatible|
|Comprehensive view: A clear way to understand all of your organization’s open source dependencies and better manage risk|
Standard JS is available via the npm package manager.
Pay the maintainers with one subscription: Buy one subscription directly from Tidelift and you’ll be supporting the components you use and the people who create and maintain them, throughout your dependency graph.
Manage all of your open source dependencies: A clear, centralized way to understand more about the components you count on, including how widely they are used, how well supported they are, and whether there are other options available.
Comprehensive perspective: Tidelift tracks over 3.1 million open source projects. We provide a single view that covers all of the open source stacks, languages, frameworks, and components across your organization.
Uniform standards: We understand commercial expectations and help all the open source packages you use meet them by directly providing funding, information, and resources to maintainers.
Live monitoring and warnings: Is your project pulling in outdated, insecure, or improperly licensed components? We flag and prioritize the issues, while providing the relevant context to inform your decisions.
Maintenance: We’ll help you stay on actively maintained, high-quality dependencies for years to come, saving your development team from tedious maintenance tasks and keeping them focused on what’s important for your business.
Simple automation: Seamlessly integrates with your existing developer workflow to review your code base and dependencies with every pull request and check-in.
Use the same code you already use: No need to adopt a vendor-blessed stack. We work directly with upstream maintainers to make the components you are already using more dependable.