Sebastian Riedel > Mojolicious > Mojo::URL

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NAME ^

Mojo::URL - Uniform Resource Locator

SYNOPSIS ^

  use Mojo::URL;

  # Parse
  my $url = Mojo::URL->new('http://sri:foo@example.com:3000/foo?foo=bar#23');
  say $url->scheme;
  say $url->userinfo;
  say $url->host;
  say $url->port;
  say $url->path;
  say $url->query;
  say $url->fragment;

  # Build
  my $url = Mojo::URL->new;
  $url->scheme('http');
  $url->host('example.com');
  $url->port(3000);
  $url->path('/foo/bar');
  $url->query(foo => 'bar');
  $url->fragment(23);
  say "$url";

DESCRIPTION ^

Mojo::URL implements a subset of RFC 3986, RFC 3987 and the URL Living Standard for Uniform Resource Locators with support for IDNA and IRIs.

ATTRIBUTES ^

Mojo::URL implements the following attributes.

base

  my $base = $url->base;
  $url     = $url->base(Mojo::URL->new);

Base of this URL, defaults to a Mojo::URL object.

  "http://example.com/a/b?c"
  Mojo::URL->new("/a/b?c")->base(Mojo::URL->new("http://example.com"))->to_abs;

fragment

  my $fragment = $url->fragment;
  $url         = $url->fragment('♥mojolicious♥');

Fragment part of this URL.

  # "yada"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com/foo?bar=baz#yada')->fragment;

host

  my $host = $url->host;
  $url     = $url->host('127.0.0.1');

Host part of this URL.

  # "example.com"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://sri:t3st@example.com:8080/foo')->host;

port

  my $port = $url->port;
  $url     = $url->port(8080);

Port part of this URL.

  # "8080"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://sri:t3st@example.com:8080/foo')->port;

scheme

  my $scheme = $url->scheme;
  $url       = $url->scheme('http');

Scheme part of this URL.

  # "http"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com/foo')->scheme;

userinfo

  my $info = $url->userinfo;
  $url     = $url->userinfo('root:♥');

Userinfo part of this URL.

  # "sri:t3st"
  Mojo::URL->new('https://sri:t3st@example.com/foo')->userinfo;

METHODS ^

Mojo::URL inherits all methods from Mojo::Base and implements the following new ones.

clone

  my $url2 = $url->clone;

Clone this URL.

host_port

  my $host_port = $url->host_port;
  $url          = $url->host_port('example.com:8080');

Normalized version of "host" and "port".

  # "xn--n3h.net:8080"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://☃.net:8080/test')->host_port;

  # "example.com"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com/test')->host_port;

ihost

  my $ihost = $url->ihost;
  $url      = $url->ihost('xn--bcher-kva.ch');

Host part of this URL in punycode format.

  # "xn--n3h.net"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://☃.net')->ihost;

  # "example.com"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com')->ihost;

is_abs

  my $bool = $url->is_abs;

Check if URL is absolute.

  # True
  Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com')->is_abs;
  Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com/test/index.html')->is_abs;

  # False
  Mojo::URL->new('test/index.html')->is_abs;
  Mojo::URL->new('/test/index.html')->is_abs;
  Mojo::URL->new('//example.com/test/index.html')->is_abs;

new

  my $url = Mojo::URL->new;
  my $url = Mojo::URL->new('http://127.0.0.1:3000/foo?f=b&baz=2#foo');

Construct a new Mojo::URL object and "parse" URL if necessary.

parse

  $url = $url->parse('http://127.0.0.1:3000/foo/bar?fo=o&baz=23#foo');

Parse relative or absolute URL.

  # "/test/123"
  $url->parse('/test/123?foo=bar')->path;

  # "example.com"
  $url->parse('http://example.com/test/123?foo=bar')->host;

  # "sri@example.com"
  $url->parse('mailto:sri@example.com')->path;

password

  my $password = $url->password;

Password part of "userinfo".

  # "s3cret"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://isabel:s3cret@mojolicious.org')->password;

  # "s:3:c:r:e:t"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://isabel:s:3:c:r:e:t@mojolicious.org')->password;

path

  my $path = $url->path;
  $url     = $url->path('foo/bar');
  $url     = $url->path('/foo/bar');
  $url     = $url->path(Mojo::Path->new);

Path part of this URL, relative paths will be merged with "merge" in Mojo::Path, defaults to a Mojo::Path object.

  # "perldoc"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com/perldoc/Mojo')->path->parts->[0];

  # "/perldoc/DOM/HTML"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com/perldoc/Mojo')->path->merge('DOM/HTML');

  # "http://example.com/DOM/HTML"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com/perldoc/Mojo')->path('/DOM/HTML');

  # "http://example.com/perldoc/DOM/HTML"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com/perldoc/Mojo')->path('DOM/HTML');

  # "http://example.com/perldoc/Mojo/DOM/HTML"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com/perldoc/Mojo/')->path('DOM/HTML');

path_query

  my $path_query = $url->path_query;

Normalized version of "path" and "query".

  # "/test?a=1&b=2"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com/test?a=1&b=2')->path_query;

  # "/"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com/')->path_query;

protocol

  my $proto = $url->protocol;

Normalized version of "scheme".

  # "http"
  Mojo::URL->new('HtTp://example.com')->protocol;

query

  my $query = $url->query;
  $url      = $url->query([merge => 'with']);
  $url      = $url->query({append => 'to'});
  $url      = $url->query(replace => 'with');
  $url      = $url->query('a=1&b=2');
  $url      = $url->query(Mojo::Parameters->new);

Query part of this URL, key/value pairs in an array reference will be merged with "merge" in Mojo::Parameters, and key/value pairs in a hash reference appended with "append" in Mojo::Parameters, defaults to a Mojo::Parameters object.

  # "2"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com?a=1&b=2')->query->param('b');

  # "a=2&b=2&c=3"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com?a=1&b=2')->query->merge(a => 2, c => 3);

  # "http://example.com?a=2&c=3"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com?a=1&b=2')->query(a => 2, c => 3);

  # "http://example.com?a=2&a=3"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com?a=1&b=2')->query(a => [2, 3]);

  # "http://example.com?a=2&b=2&c=3"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com?a=1&b=2')->query([a => 2, c => 3]);

  # "http://example.com?b=2"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com?a=1&b=2')->query([a => undef]);

  # "http://example.com?a=1&b=2&a=2&c=3"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com?a=1&b=2')->query({a => 2, c => 3});

to_abs

  my $abs = $url->to_abs;
  my $abs = $url->to_abs(Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com/foo'));

Clone relative URL and turn it into an absolute one using "base" or provided base URL.

  # "http://example.com/foo/baz.xml?test=123"
  Mojo::URL->new('baz.xml?test=123')
    ->to_abs(Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com/foo/bar.html'));

  # "http://example.com/baz.xml?test=123"
  Mojo::URL->new('/baz.xml?test=123')
    ->to_abs(Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com/foo/bar.html'));

  # "http://example.com/foo/baz.xml?test=123"
  Mojo::URL->new('//example.com/foo/baz.xml?test=123')
    ->to_abs(Mojo::URL->new('http://example.com/foo/bar.html'));

to_string

  my $str = $url->to_string;

Turn URL into a string. Note that "userinfo" will not be included for security reasons.

  # "http://mojolicious.org"
  Mojo::URL->new->scheme('http')->host('mojolicious.org')->to_string;

  # "http://mojolicious.org"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://daniel:s3cret@mojolicious.org')->to_string;

username

  my $username = $url->username;

Username part of "userinfo".

  # "isabel"
  Mojo::URL->new('http://isabel:s3cret@mojolicious.org')->username;

OPERATORS ^

Mojo::URL overloads the following operators.

bool

  my $bool = !!$url;

Always true.

stringify

  my $str = "$url";

Alias for "to_string".

SEE ALSO ^

Mojolicious, Mojolicious::Guides, http://mojolicious.org.

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