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isun - Is Using Netlify?

Build Status npm version

Check if a website is using Netlify by reading the HTTP server header field.

Installation

npm install --save @scanf/isun

Usage as module

const url = "https://jamstack.xdp.no/";

require("@scanf/isun").IsUsingNetlify(url, isun => {
  assert.equal(true, isun);
});

Usage as Lambda function on Netlify

Deploy to Netlify

Assuming you have deployed on Netlify and your domain is example.xyz, the below should work:

curl https://example.xyz/.netlify/functions/isun?url=https://google.com

The function expects you to set the query parameter url and be compliant with RFC 3986. Or simply put pass a valid url and remember to include https:// prefix 😉

LICENSE

The project uses a MIT license for all files unless otherwise specified.

The project logo was created using the awesome logo-maker from egoist/logo-maker.

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