Azure Storage Library for JavaScript

Azure Storage is a Microsoft managed service providing cloud storage that is highly available, secure, durable, scalable, and redundant. The following libraries in JavaScript make it easy to consume Azure Storage service.

Client Packages (12.X.X)

Service NPM package Examples Getting Started Guide
Storage Blob @azure/storage-blob storage-blob-typescript-examples
storage-blob-JavaScript-examples
Read and write objects and files from Azure Storage Blob
Storage Files @azure/storage-file-share storage-file-share-typescript-examples
storage-file-share-javascript-examples
Storage Queue @azure/storage-queue storage-queue-typescript-examples
storage-queue-JavaScript-examples
Send and receive messages between cloud-connected applications with
Azure Storage Queue

Client Packages (2.X.X)

Service NPM package Examples Getting Started Guide
Storage Table azure-storage
(Legacy)
- Read and write large structured data with Azure Storage Table

Install the npm module with npm install followed by the package-name. For example,

npm install @azure/storage-blob

and look at the examples from the links provided in the table above.

Read more about the client packages here - Azure Storage Client Libraries For JavaScript.

Find more getting started guides at Browse code samples

Management Package

Install the npm module

Install the Azure storage management npm module

npm install @azure/arm-storage

Example

Examples for using this module in Node.js as well as browser applications can be found in the README for the module

const msRestAzure = require('ms-rest-azure');
const storageManagementClient = require('azure-arm-storage');

const subscriptionId = 'your-subscription-id';

msRestAzure
  .interactiveLogin()
  .then(credentials => {
    const client = new storageManagementClient(
      credentials,
      subscriptionId
    );
    return client.storageAccounts.list();
  })
  .then(accounts => console.dir(accounts, { depth: null, colors: true }))
  .catch(err => console.log(err));