Session
FOSDEM Schedule 2021
JavaScript

HTML5 validation with HTML-validate

Why validation matters and how HTML-validate can be used
D.javascript
David Sveningsson
HTML-validate is an offline, strict and customizable HTML5 validator with support for custom elements, partial templates and fully extendable. This talk will describe why validation matters and how you can integrate it with your tooling and frameworks.

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