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A super lightweight JavaScript / TypeScript library to check whether a given url is valid and exists or not.


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A super lightweight JavaScript / TypeScript library to check whether a given url is valid and exists or not.

Installation

npm install link-exists

Features

A super lightweight library to validate if a given url is valid or not. Some additional features are-

  • less than 1 kb in size
  • additional configuration to validate as per custom requirement
  • supports node.js latest version
  • TypeScript and JavaScript support
  • built on ES6 modules
  • Jest test cases with 100% coverage
  • Promise based result

Usage (TypeScript)

import { linkExists } from 'link-exists';

const result = await linkExists('https://stackblogger.com');
console.log(result);
// OUTPUT true

const result = await linkExists('https://some-invalid-url.com');
console.log(result);
// OUTPUT false

const result = await linkExists('stackblogger.com');
console.log(result);
// OUTPUT false

// Configuration
const result = await linkExists('stackblogger.com', { ignoreProtocol: true });
console.log(result);
// OUTPUT true

Usage (JavaScript)

const { linkExists } = require('link-exists');

const result = await linkExists('https://stackblogger.com');
console.log(result);
// OUTPUT true

const result = await linkExists('https://some-invalid-url.com');
console.log(result);
// OUTPUT false

const result = await linkExists('stackblogger.com');
console.log(result);
// OUTPUT false

// Configuration
const result = await linkExists('stackblogger.com', { ignoreProtocol: true });
console.log(result);
// OUTPUT true

License

MIT

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Last updated on 23 May 2023

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