Installing Kinto.js


If you're using NodeJS and npm as a frontend package manager, you'll need NodeJS v0.12.x installed on your system. Then:

$ npm install kinto --save


Read more about how to build Kinto.js in the Contributing section.

Static assets

Dev and production ready assets are available in the gh-pages branch of the repository. In general, you should download these files and ship them along your own projects, though you can also link them during development:


Only stable tags are released as dist files; if you plan on using latest versions from master, you need to build them manually.

Subresource integrity

To make sure that you are using the right code when loading from a CDN, you can use subresource integrity with the hash provided below:

    <script src="//"
Filename Hash
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kinto-2.0.1.min.js sha384-/6HibJ/ub13TpR2+A2DhxlX6qo0hSIzT75j26NpoAlRQEDefIV56QWmWqo1n9fjG
kinto-2.0.1.noshim.js sha384-uT/r9N2hBs+/nUKSxIR9asConCsr2kX89pMglaRDr66CCCFFOzw09v4GSDj3fdNr