Robert Krimen

NAME

Google::AJAX::Library - Access the Google AJAX Libaries API in Perl

VERSION

version 0.022

SYNOPSIS

    use Google::AJAX::Library;

    my $library = Google::AJAX::Library->jquery;

    $library->uri
    # http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1/jquery.min.js

    $library->html
    # <script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1/jquery.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

You can also fetch or write-out the library content:

    my $library = Google::AJAX::Library->new(name => "mootools", version => "1.8.1");

    my $content = $library->fetch;

    # Into a scalar:
    my $content;
    $library->fetch(\$content)

    # To a filehandle:
    $library->write(\*STDOUT)

    # To a file:
    $library->write("/path/to/library.js")

    # Check if a library exists at http://ajax.googleapis.com
    # This will just do a HEAD request
    $library->exists

DESCRIPTION

Google::AJAX::Library is a module for accessing the Google AJAX Libaries API via Perl

You can find out more about the API here: http://code.google.com/apis/ajaxlibs/

METHODS

Google::AJAX::Library->jquery([ <version>, <extra> ])

Google::AJAX::Library->jQuery([ <version>, <extra> ])

Returns a jQuery library object of the given version

If no version is given or the given version is 0, then the latest version (1) will be used

You can pass through "uncompressed = 1" to get the non-compacted .js

For example:

    my $library = Google::AJAX::Library->jQuery(1.2, uncompressed => 1)

Google::AJAX::Library->prototype([ <version> ])

Returns a prototype library object of the given version

If no version is given or the given version is 0, then the latest version (1) will be used

A compressed .js is not offered at this time

Google::AJAX::Library->scriptaculous([ <version> ])

Returns a script.aculo.us library object of the given version

If no version is given or the given version is 0, then the latest version (1) will be used

A compressed .js is not offered at this time

Google::AJAX::Library->mootools([ <version>, <extra> ])

Google::AJAX::Library->MooTools([ <version>, <extra> ])

Returns a MooTools library object of the given version

If no version is given or the given version is 0, then the latest version (1) will be used

You can pass through "uncompressed = 1" to get the non-compacted .js

Google::AJAX::Library->dojo([ <version>, <extra> ])

Returns a Dojo library object of the given version

If no version is given or the given version is 0, then the latest version (1) will be used

You can pass through "uncompressed = 1" to get the non-compacted .js

$library->uri

Returns the URI for $library

$library->version

Returns the version of $library

$library->name

Returns the name of $library (e.g. jquery, scriptaculous, etc.)

$library->file

Returns the filename of $library (e.g. jquery.min.js, dojo/dojo.xd.js, etc.)

$library->html

Returns a properly formatted HTML <script></script> entry for $library

$library->exists

Returns 1 if the $library (at the URI, including the specified version) exists at http://ajax.googleapis.com/

Returns 0 otherwise

This method uses a HEAD request to do the checking

$library->request

Returns the HTTP::Response of the GET request for $library

$library->fetch([ <to> ])

Attempts to GET $library

Returns the HTTP::Response decoded content If <to> is not given

If <to> is a SCALAR reference then the content will be put into <to>

This method is synonymous/interchangeable with write

$library->write( <to> )

Attempts to GET $library

If <to> is a GLOB reference then the content will be printed to <to>

If <to> is a filename (or Path::Class::File object) then the content will be printed to the filename specified

This method will croak if $library couldn't be gotten from Google (e.g. 404)

This method is synonymous/interchangeable with fetch

SEE ALSO

http://code.google.com/apis/ajaxlibs/

JS::jQuery::Loader

JS::YUI::Loader

AUTHOR

  Robert Krimen <robertkrimen@gmail.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2010 by Robert Krimen.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.




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