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    hexo-compat-report

    0.1.0 • Public • Published

    hexo-compat-table

    Renders an MDN compatibilit table on your hexo-generated page.

    A demo of hexo-compat-table

    Use case

    When writing about front end web development, it's always nice being able to refer to some up-to-date data about browser-compatibility of a certain feature. The MDN Web Docs team has done a great job compiling all data into a single git repository. On MDN itself, this data is then displayed in a compat-report-table.

    As I really like these tables and wanted to use them in one of my blog posts, I've simply decided to cut out the functionality from the MDN platform and make it available to all of my fellow hexo bloggers.

    Installation

    $ npm i --save hexo-compat-report

    and to include a table into your blog post, use the following syntax:

    {% compat api.AudioWorklet %}
    

    For the correct path, please refer to the MDN repository.

    Contributing

    Any help or feedback is welcome. Check the issues for problems. I'll try to merge PRs optimistically.

    Changelog

    0.1.0

    • Upgrade mdn-browser-compat-data to @mdn namespace

    0.0.2

    • Include installation guidance into README.md

    0.0.1

    • Release initial version with basic functionality

    License

    MIT

    Install

    npm i hexo-compat-report

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