What it is good for?
- You need something from jsdom (DOM, parsing, etc.) inside of your react-native iOS app - for example to run d3.js against a virtual DOM tree, but you don't need full browser emulation. Example of D3 in react-native with jsdom-jscore.
Removed features (unchanged from jsdom-little):
- Fetching or processing external resources
- Content of
<style>nodes is not evaluated
- jsdom.env works only as
jsdom.env(html, level, callback)and returns