JScrambler is now compliant with Node.js. This tool makes developer code harder to read (and to potentially maliciously manipulate), and has been updated with a self-protection feature. Created under the vision of Portuguese startup CEO Rui Ribeiro, JScrambler provides a means for software application developers to obfuscate their source code one individual file at a time — or a whole project at once. The software works for both mobile and desktop web applications and is supplied as a web-based service.
The new release, version 3.6, was fully tested with Node.js related libs such as Express.js, Koa, and Socket.io. Plus, it ships with a Node.js API client, with wrappers for Grunt and Gulp task runners, and a convenient plugin for the Github's Atom edition.
Whether you build your application using a command-line script or a task runner, the firm says it's very easy to integrate JScrambler in your existing building process. JScrambler is already integrated in all major task runners and if that does not work for you, they have a JScrambler API CLI executable that you can all from your scripts or your favorite IDE. There's also a Node.js API client.