browser-badge

generate browser version compatibility badges

npm install browser-badge
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browser-badge

Generate browser version compatibility badges.

example

With a json file like this:

{
  "explorer" : { "7.0" : false, "8.0" : false, "9.0" : false },
  "firefox" : { "10.0" : true, "11.0" : true, "12.0" : false, "13.0" : true, "nightly" : true },
  "chrome" : { "14.0" : true, "15.0" : true, "16.0" : true, "canary" : true },
  "safari" : { "5.0.5" : false, "5.1.0" : false, "5.1.1" : true },
  "opera" : { "10.6" : false, "11.0" : "pending", "11.6" : "pending" }
}
$ browser-badge browsers.json -o badge.png

badge

usage

browser-badge {infile | -i infile | -} {outfile | -o outfile | -}

  infile should be a json object mapping browser names to version
  compatabilities

  outfile will be a png file with the browser badge data

methods

var browserBadge = require('browser-badge')

browserBadge(browsers)

Return a readable stream of png data from the browser version compatability object browsers.

browsers should map browser names to maps of versions to booleans expressing compatbility or "pending" to indicate that the browser tests have not yet finished.

install

To get the command-line tool, with npm do:

npm install -g browser-badge

to install the library do:

npm install browser-badge
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