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NAME ^

Data::UUID::Base64URLSafe - getting Data::UUID with URLSafe strings

SYNOPSIS ^

 use Data::UUID::Base64URLSafe;
 my $ug = Data::UUID::Base64URLSafe->new();
 my $uuid = $ug->create_b64_urlsafe();                                  # make an unique UUID
 $uuid = $ug->create_from_name_b64_urlsafe( <namespace>, <string> );    # from namespace and string
 my $str = $ug->from_b64_urlsafe(< Base64-URLSafe || Base64 >);         # decoding from Base64
 my $bin = $ug->create_from_name( <namepace>, <string> );
 my $uuid2 = $ug->to_b64_urlsafe($bin);                                 # encoding from binary

DESCRIPTION ^

Data::UUID::Base64URLSafe is a wrapper module for Data::UUID.

Data::UUID creates wonderful Globally/Universally Unique Identifiers (GUIDs/UUIDs). This module is a subclass of that module which adds a method to get a URL-safe Base64-encoded version of the UUID using MIME::Base64. What that means is that you can get a 22-character UUID string which you can use safely in URLs.

It will help you when you wanna make user-ID on your web applications.

METHODS ^

new

create_b64_urlsafe

Create a URL-safe Base64-encoded UUID:

 my $uuid = $ug->create_b64_urlsafe();

create_from_name_b64_urlsafe

Creates a URL-safe Base64 encoded UUID with the namespace and data specified (See the Data::UUID docs on create_from_name

from_b64_urlsafe

Convert a (URL-safe or not) Base64-encoded UUID to its canonical binary representation

 my $uuid = $ug−>create_from_name_b64_urlsafe(<namespace>, <name>);
 my $bin = $ug->from_b64_urlsafe($uuid);

to_b64_urlsafe

Convert a binary UUID to a URL-safe Base64 encoded UUID

 my $bin = $ug->create_from_name(<namespace>, <name>);
 my $uuid = $ug−>to_b64_urlsafe($bin);

AUTHOR ^

Leon Brocard, <acme@astray.com>, Yuki Yoshida(worthmine) <worthmine@gmail.com>

LICENSE ^

Copyright (C) 2008, Leon Brocard, 2017, Yuki Yoshida.

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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