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NAME ^

Test::MobileAgent - set environmental variables to mock HTTP::MobileAgent

SYNOPSIS ^

    use Test::More;
    use Test::MobileAgent ':all';
    use HTTP::MobileAgent;

    # Case 1: you can simply pass a vendor name in lower case.
    {
      local %ENV;
      test_mobile_agent('docomo');

      my $ua = HTTP::MobileAgent->new;
      ok $ua->is_docomo;
    }

    # Case 2: also with some hint to be more specific.
    {
      local %ENV;
      test_mobile_agent('docomo.N503');

      my $ua = HTTP::MobileAgent->new;
      ok $ua->is_docomo;
    }

    # Case 3: you can pass a full name of an agent.
    {
      local %ENV;
      test_mobile_agent('DoCoMo/3.0/N503');

      my $ua = HTTP::MobileAgent->new;
      ok $ua->is_docomo;
    }

    # Case 4: you can also pass extra headers.
    {
      local %ENV;
      test_mobile_agent('DoCoMo/3.0/N503',
        x_dcmguid => 'STFUWSC',
      );

      my $ua = HTTP::MobileAgent->new;
      ok $ua->is_docomo;
      ok $ua->user_id;   # STFUWSC
    }

    # Case 5: you need an HTTP::Headers compatible object?
    my $headers = test_mobile_agent_headers('docomo.N503');
    my $ua = HTTP::MobileAgent->new($headers);

    # Case 6: or just a hash of environmental variables?
    my %env = test_mobile_agent_env('docomo.N503');
    my $req = Plack::Request->new({ %plack_env, %env });


    # Smartphone support (see HTTP::MobileAgent::Plugin::SmartPhone)

    use HTTP::MobileAgent::Plugin::SmartPhone;
    {
      local %ENV;
      test_mobile_agent('smartphone');

      my $ua = HTTP::MobileAgent->new;
      ok $ua->is_smartphone;
    }
    {
      local %ENV;
      test_mobile_agent('iphone'); # or ipod/ipad/android

      my $ua = HTTP::MobileAgent->new;
      ok $ua->is_smartphone;
      ok $ua->is_iphone;
    }

DESCRIPTION ^

This module helps to test applications that use HTTP::MobileAgent. See the SYNOPSIS for usage.

METHODS ^

test_mobile_agent

takes an agent name and an optional hash, and sets appropriate environmental variables like HTTP_USER_AGENT. This function is exported by default.

Agent name should be 'docomo', 'ezweb', 'softbank', 'airh', "docomo.$model", "ezweb.$model", "softbank.$model", 'airh.$model' and just user agent string. As of 0.06, you can also specify 'smartphone', 'iphone', 'ipod', 'ipad', and 'android' for HTTP::MobileAgent::Plugin::SmartPhone.

If the optional hash has _user_id, _serial_number, or _card_id as its keys, this function tries to set corresponding HTTP::MobileAgent attributes if applicable.

test_mobile_agent_env

takes the same arguments as test_mobile_agent() and returns a hash that can be used to update %ENV.

test_mobile_agent_headers

takes the same arguments as test_mobile_agent() and returns a HTTP::Headers compatible object.

test_mobile_agent_list

takes a carrier name, and returns a list of known agent names.

TO DO ^

This can be a bit more powerful if you can pass something like an asset file of Moxy to configure.

SEE ALSO ^

HTTP::MobileAgent, HTTP::MobileAgent::Plugin::SmartPhone, Moxy

REPOSITORY ^

I am not a heavy user of mobile phones nor HTTP::MobileAgent. Patches are always welcome :)

http://github.com/charsbar/test-mobileagent

AUTHOR ^

Kenichi Ishigaki, <ishigaki@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

Copyright (C) 2009 by Kenichi Ishigaki.

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

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