A Node.js based validator for cache manifest files: manifest-validator.com
If you're looking for an easy way to create a manifest file for an existing project, try James Pearce's confess.js, a PhantomJS based tool to enumerate a web app's resources.
Using Node.js, first get all required dependencies with
npm install, then use
node app.js to start the application. Unit tests can be executed with
The validation service can also be used by external tools. Either provide an URI to your manifest or the file's content as a string (GET and POST are supported). The API either returns a JSON or JSONP, when you provide the optional callback parameter.
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