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Check whether a given string matches the `PotentialCustomElementName` production as defined in the HTML Standard.

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is-potential-custom-element-name checks whether a given string matches the PotentialCustomElementName production as defined in the HTML Standard.

Installation

To use is-potential-custom-element-name programmatically, install it as a dependency via npm:

$ npm install is-potential-custom-element-name

Then, require it:

const isPotentialCustomElementName = require('is-potential-custom-element-name');

Usage

isPotentialCustomElementName('foo-bar');
// → true
isPotentialCustomElementName('Foo-bar');
// → false
isPotentialCustomElementName('baz-©');
// → false
isPotentialCustomElementName('annotation-xml');
// → true

Author

twitter/mathias
Mathias Bynens

License

is-potential-custom-element-name is available under the MIT license.

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