JavaScript Validator with Esprima

JavaScript Validator with Esprima.

“Fortunately, it is rather easy to craft a command-line syntax validator once we have a modern JavaScript parser. You probably have seen the online version of Esprima-based validator when I blogged about checking strict mode conformance. While that online validator is useful for a quick verification of some code fragment, it is not optimal for any programmatic verification. Look no more! With the 1.0 version of Esprima some weeks ago, a simple-but-useful validator is included. It’s called (surprisingly) esvalidate.”

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