Junya Kondo > HTML-MobileConverter > HTML::MobileConverter

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NAME ^

HTML::MobileConverter - HTML Converter for mobile agent

SYNOPSIS ^

  use HTML::MobileConverter;

  my $baseuri = 'http://example.com/';
  my $c = HTML::MobileConverter->new(baseuri => $baseuri);
  my $html =<<END;
  <html><body>title<hr><a href="./my">my link</a></body></html>
  END
  print $c->convert($html); # get html with abs-uri.
  
  use URI;
  $html = <<END;
  <html><body>
  title<hr>
  <a href="./my">my link</a>
  <iframe src="./my"></iframe>
  </body></html>
  END
  $c = HTML::MobileConverter->new(
    baseuri => $baseuri,
    hrefhandler => sub {
      my $href = shift;
      return URI->new_abs($href, 'http://example.com/');
    },
  );
  print $c->convert($html); # get html without iframe.
  
  # create a proxy
  my $q = CGI->new;
  my $html = $c->convert(LWP::Simple:get($q->param('uri')));
  print Jcode->new($html)->sjis;

DESCRIPTION ^

HTML::MobileConverter parses HTML and returns new HTML for mobile agent (mainly for DoCoMo i-mode). If the original HTML doesn't contain so many pc tags, it returns the original HTML strings with absolute uri (href,src...). If the original was guessed as a content for PC, it returns new HTML for mobile agent.

METHODS ^

Here are common methods of HTML::MobileConverter.

new
  $c = HTML::MobileConverter->new;
  $c = HTML::MobileConverter->new(baseuri => 'http://www.example.com/');
  $c = HTML::MobileConverter->new(
    baseuri => 'http://www.example.com/',
    hrefhandler => sub {
      my $href = shift;
      $href = URI->new_abs($href, 'http://www.example.com/');
      return qq|/browse?uri=$href|;
    },
  );

creates a instance of HTML::MobileConverter. If you specify baseuri, href/src/action attributes will be replaced with absolute uris.

If you specify hrefhandler with some function, href attribute will be handled with the handler.

convert
  my $mhtml = $c->convert($html);

returns HTML strings for mobile.

ismobilecontent
  print "is mobile" if $c->ismobilecontent;

returns which the original HTML was guessed as mobile content or not.

AUTHOR ^

Junya Kondo, <jkondo@hatena.ne.jp>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

Copyright (C) 2005 by Junya Kondo

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

SEE ALSO ^

HTML::Parser http://www.nttdocomo.co.jp/p_s/imode/tag/lineup.html (Japanese)

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