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HandJS

  •    Javascript

Hand.js: a polyfill for supporting pointer events on every browser

html-tags - List of standard HTML tags

  •    Javascript

It's just a couple of JSON files that can be used in any environment.It intentionally leaves out obsolete tags.

valimate - Automated HTML validation via Node.js

  •    Javascript

Valimate is a configurable command line interface for validating local and remote websites against the Nu HTML Checker. It can be easily integrated with continuous integration pipelines and regression test suites. To validate these URLs, run ./node_modules/.bin/valimate in your terminal or valimate within the context of an npm script. Valimate will read the config; each URL is requested via HTTP GET, and the returned markup is sent to the Nu validator.

wakanda-eventsource - Server-Sent Event support for Wakanda

  •    Javascript

This package is meant to provide an HTTP Push support to WakandaDB / Wakanda via the W3C / WHATWG HTML5 Standard called Server-Sent Events aka Event Source. Start the service on Wakanda Server. A good place for this code is usually a Wakanda bootstrap file.




w3c-validate - Validates web content using the W3C's validation service

  •    Javascript

A node.js library for testing web responses against the w3c html validator. Inspired by w3cjs, but based purely on buffers. Use with your tests.

Unicorn - Unicorn - W3C's Unified Validator

  •    Java

Unicorn is W3C's unified validator, which helps people improve the quality of their Web pages by performing a variety of checks. Unicorn gathers the results of the popular HTML and CSS validators, as well as other useful services. Note that this file is very important because it will give permissions to read and write files under Unicorn servlet dir, but also to connect to distant hosts (observers).

angular-html5 - Change your ng-attributes to data-ng-attributes for html5 validation

  •    Javascript

Ever tried to run an Angular HTML page into w3c validator? Yeah it's a mess. HTML5 has a preset definition of valid tag elements, and also allows data-attributes. Angular, being as great as it is, allows you set set custom directives, that don't pass the w3c validations. Angular default directives come with an option to be named data-something.

gulp-angular-htmlify - Change your HTML ng-attributes to data-ng-attributes for HTML5 validation

  •    Javascript

Issues with the output should be reported on the angular-html5 issue tracker. Whether to log files that had ng-directives detected and replaced. (Useful for debugging).