https

Published on Tue Mar 01 2022

regex for url

Additional matching regexes for
https

Capturing between phrases across multiple lines

Discussion https://www.reddit.com/r/regex/comments/kxtyl6/capturing_between_phrases_across_multiple_lines/ https://www.reddit.com/user/Pauley0/

mega.nz files and folders

Regex for matching https://mega.nz file and folder URLs. https://github.com/tonikelope/megabasterd/issues/215

Url with <a> (param) validation

https://www.google.com http://www.google.net/hello https://www.google.<var> http://www.google.<hello>/hello above url matching with given regex

Simple Best URL Regex Match

# Best URL Regex to match URL, This is simple and can match 64K of url regex under 20ms ## Regex Matches All Below and more: - https://example.domain - http://example.domain - //example.domain - //example.com - https://example.com:34 - //example.com:23 - example.com

URL validator with tests

inspired by https://mathiasbynens.be/demo/url-regex and the pattern from @imme_emosol

Full Best URL Regex Match

# Best Full URL Regex to match URL, This is simple and can match 64K of url regex under 77ms ## Regex Matches All Below and more: - https://example.domain - http://example.domain - //example.domain - //example.com - https://example.com:34 - //example.com:23 - example.com

semver

Semantic Versioning regex pattern according to Tom Preston-Werner http://semver.org/ https://github.com/mojombo/semver/blob/master/semver.md First version of this regex follows semver 2.0.0. Discussion of semver and this regex was posted on https://github.com/mojombo/semver.org/issues/59

Match the start of a link.

https:// http:// https://\/\/ https:\/\/\/\/\/\ https://\/\/ The reason I include [\/\\]* is because some links like: https://\/\/\/\/\/www.google.com actually work.

Emoji detection for JavaScript

Emoji symbols character sets (added \s and +) based on https://github.com/franklsf95/ruby-emoji-regex

Conventional Commits validation

This regex prevents the writing of non-standard conventional commits. I'm available on my [github](https://github.com/chrisemke)