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superstruct - A simple and composable way to validate data in Javascript.

  •    Javascript

A simple and composable way to validate data in JavaScript. Superstruct makes it easy to define interfaces and then validate JavaScript data against them. Its type annotation API was inspired by Typescript, Flow, Go, and GraphQL, giving it a familiar and easy to understand API.




gulp-jscs - Check JavaScript code style with jscs

  •    Javascript

Issues with the output should be reported on the JSCS issue tracker. JSCS config should be placed in a .jscsrc file.

fast-xml-parser - Validate XML, Parse XML to JS/JSON and vise versa, or parse XML to Nimn rapidly without C/C++ based libraries and no callback

  •    Javascript

This project welcomes contributors. If you have a feature you'd like to see implemented or a bug you'd liked fixed, the best and fastest way to make that happen is to implement it and submit a PR. Basic knowledge of JS is sufficient. Feel free to ask for any guidance. To use it from CLI Install it globally with -g option.

requorm.js - [JavaScript] Library for checking and validating input on HTML forms

  •    Javascript

JavaScript library for checking and validating HTML forms. If any of the fields in the form incorrectly filled, submit buttons will be disabled.


gulp-xo - Validate files with XO

  •    Javascript

Issues regarding rules should be reported on the ESLint issue tracker as it's the actual linter.This option instructs ESLint to try to fix as many issues as possible. The fixes are applied to the gulp stream. The fixed content can be saved to file using gulp.dest (See example/fix.js). Rules that are fixable can be found in ESLint's rules list.

gulp-bootlint - A gulp wrapper for Bootlint, the HTML linter for Bootstrap projects.

  •    Javascript

A gulp wrapper for Bootlint, the HTML linter for Bootstrap projects. Otherwise check out the Getting Started guide of gulp first.

eclint - Validate or fix code that doesn't adhere to EditorConfig settings or infer settings from existing code

  •    TypeScript

ECLint is a tool for validating or fixing code that doesn't adhere to settings defined in .editorconfig. It also infers settings from existing code. See the EditorConfig Project for details about the .editorconfig file. This version of ECLint runs on EditorConfig Core 0.15.x.