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    check-http-status

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    Easily check status codes, response headers, and redirect chains in Node.js similar as done from the httpstatus website.

    When the site is on VPN so this is where it plays an important role. You can simply connect your system/machine with VPN and run this package locally so it can check the status of your VPN connected URL(s).

    It can also check the website that are secured with HTTP Authentication.

    Install

    Via npm

    npm install check-http-status --save-dev

    Via Yarn

    yarn add check-http-status --dev

    Examples

    Status Code of the Sitemap(s) URL(s)

    const checkHttpStatus = require('check-http-status');
    
    checkHttpStatus({
    	'sitemaps':  [
        'https://www.trunkcode.com/page-sitemap.xml',
        'https://www.trunkcode.com/post-sitemap.xml'
      ],
    	'skip200': true, // Do not report the URLs having HTTP code 200.
      'export': {
        'format': 'xlsx',
        'location': '/Users/trunkcode/Desktop/',
      },
      'options': {
        'auth': {
          'password': 'Testing1234',
          'username': 'trunkcode'
        },
        'headers': {
          'Accept': 'text/html',
        }
      }
    });

    Status Code of the particular URL(s)

    const checkHttpStatus = require('check-http-status');
    
    checkHttpStatus({
    	'urls': [
        'http://trunkcode.com/',
        'https://example.com/',
        'https://example1234.com/',
        'https://www.trunkcode.com/',
        'https://www.trunkcode.com/test/'
      ],
    	'skip200': true, // Do not report the URLs having HTTP code 200.
      'export': {
        'format': 'xlsx',
        'location': '/Users/trunkcode/Desktop/',
      },
      'options': {
        'auth': {
          'password': 'Testing1234',
          'username': 'trunkcode'
        },
        'headers': {
          'Accept': 'text/html',
        }
      }
    });

    Status Code of the Sitemap(s) URL(s) with particular URL(s)

    const checkHttpStatus = require('check-http-status');
    
    checkHttpStatus({
    	'sitemaps':  [
        'https://www.trunkcode.com/page-sitemap.xml',
        'https://www.trunkcode.com/post-sitemap.xml'
      ],
    	'urls': [
        'http://trunkcode.com/',
        'https://example.com/',
        'https://example1234.com/',
        'https://www.trunkcode.com/',
        'https://www.trunkcode.com/test/'
      ],
    	'skip200': true, // Do not report the URLs having HTTP code 200.
      'export': {
        'format': 'xlsx',
        'location': '/Users/trunkcode/Desktop/',
      },
      'options': {
        'auth': {
          'password': 'Testing1234',
          'username': 'trunkcode'
        },
        'headers': {
          'Accept': 'text/html',
        }
      }
    });

    Parameters

    Attributes Type Required Default Description
    sitemaps Array Yes Sitemap(s) URL(s) where the Actual site URL(s) needs to be fetched for checking the HTTP Status.
    urls Array Yes URL(s) for which HTTP Status needs to be checked.
    skip200 Boolean No false Whether to list the HTTP status 200 URL(s) or not.
    export Object No {} Whether to export the status report or not. By default it logs the report on the screen.
    options Object No {} Define options like HTTP Auth credentials if the site is locked or headers etc.

    NOTE: sitemaps or urls is required. You can define both parameters as well to fetch URL(s) from sitemap and the URL(s) that are not listed in the ssitemap, you can provide them separately.

    Install

    npm i check-http-status

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    106

    Version

    1.3.0

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    18.8 kB

    Total Files

    10

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