url-is-protoless

1.0.0 • Public • Published

url-is-protoless

An incredibly simple utility to check if a given url does not have a protocol, while still representing a path. This is typically used to determine if found urls are relative rather than absolute.

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isProtoless

Returns if a url does not have a protocol, while still representing a path.

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Examples

const isProtoless = require('url-is-protoless')
console.log(isProtoless('./assets/icon.png')) // true
console.log(isProtoless('http://example.com/assets/icon.png')) // false
console.log(isProtoless('//example.com/assets/icon.png')) // true

Returns boolean whether the url is without a protocol

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npm i url-is-protoless

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1.0.0

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