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    nu-html-checker

    0.1.0 • Public • Published

    nu-html-checker

    A CLI interface for the Nu HTML Checker

    Install

    % npm install -g nu-html-checker

    CLI

    
      Usage: cli [options] <files/urls ...>
    
      Options:
    
        -h, --help                   output usage information
        -V, --version                output the version number
        -f, --formatter <formatter>  Choose the formatter to use. (stylish, json)
    
    

    API

    var checker = require('nu-html-checker');
     
    var batch = checker.validate([ 'test.html', 'http://google.com' ]);
     
    batch.on('progress', function (e) {
      console.log(checker.format('stylish', e.value), '\n');
    });
     
    batch.on('end', function (err) {
      if (err) console.error(err.stack);
    })

    checker.validate(list, options)

    When list is an array of strings, they can be either URLs or file paths. They will all be processed in parallel.

    If list is supplied as anything else, (such as a string, stream or buffer) it will be validated as an individual item.

    Available options:

    • api String The root URL for the endpoint to use (default: https://validator.nu/)
    • level Boolean If set to false, then all messages will be returned (default: only errors)
    • formatter String Must correspond to a named formatter (see below)

    Returns

    The object returned is an instance of Batch which needs to be interacted with directly. You must at least call batch.end(callback), but you can optionally add a batch.on('progress') handler.

    checker.format(name, results)

    Formats the given results with the formatter matching the given name. (can either be "stylish" or "json")

    stylish (default)

    Formats as colored terminal text.

    json

    Formats as pretty-printed JSON.

    Install

    npm i nu-html-checker

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    39

    Version

    0.1.0

    License

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    Collaborators

    • dominicbarnes