NAME

Parcel::Track - Driver-based API for tracking parcel

VERSION

version 0.005

SYNOPSIS

    # Create a tracker
    my $tracker = Parcel::Track->new( 'KR::Test', '64537-0301-2020' );

    # ID & URI
    print $tracker->id . "\n";
    print $tracker->uri . "\n";
    
    # Track the information
    my $result = $tracker->track;
    
    # Get the information what you want.
    if ( $result ) {
        print "$result->{from}\n";
        print "$result->{to}\n";
        print "$result->{result}\n";
        print "$_\n" for @{ $result->{descs} };
        print "$_\n" for @{ $result->{htmls} };
    }
    else {
        print "Failed to track information\n";
    }

DESCRIPTION

Parcel::Track is intended to provide a driver-based single API for tracking parcel information. The intent is to provide a single API against which to write the code to track the parcel information.

Parcel::Track drivers are installed seperately.

The design of this module is almost stolen from SMS::Send.

ATTRIBUTES

driver

Returns loaded driver object. You can access attributes and methods of specific driver.

    $tracker = Parcel::Track->new( 'MyDriver', '123-456-789-012',
        _username => 'keedi',
        _password => 'keedi',
    );
    $tracker->driver->username; # NOT _username BUT username
    $tracker->driver->password; # NOT _password BUT password
    $tracker->driver->foo( $dummy1 );
    $tracker->driver->bar( $dummy2, $dummy3 );

METHODS

new

    # The most basic tracker
    $tracker = Parcel::Track->new( 'Test', '123-456-789-012' );
    
    # Indicate regional driver with ::
    $tracker = Parcel::Track->new( 'KR::Test', '123-456-789-012' );
    
    # Pass arbitrary params to the driver
    $tracker = Parcel::Track->new( 'MyDriver', '123-456-789-012',
        _username => 'keedi',
        _password => 'keedi',
    );

The new constructor creates a new Parcel tracker.

It takes as its first parameter a driver name. These names map the class names. For example driver "Test" matches the testing driver Parcel::Track::Test.

It takes as its second parameter a tracking number.

Any additional params should be key/value pairs, split into two types.

Params without a leading underscore are "public" options and relate to standardised features within the Parcel::Track API itself. At this time, there are no usable public options.

Params with a leading underscore are "private" driver-specific options and will be passed through to the driver without the underscore.

    $tracker = Parcel::Track->new( 'MyDriver', '123-456-789-012',
        _username => 'keedi',
        _password => 'keedi',
    );
    $tracker->driver->username; # NOT _username BUT username
    $tracker->driver->password; # NOT _password BUT password

Returns a new Parcel::Track object, or dies on error.

id

Returns tracking number.

uri

Returns official link to track parcel.

track

Returns HASHREF which contains information of tracking the parcel.

    my $tracker = Parcel::Track->new( 'KR::Test', '64537-0301-2020' );
    my $info = $tracker->track;
    print "$info->{from}\n";
    print "$info->{to}\n";
    print "$info->{result}\n";
    print "$_\n" for @{ $info->{htmls} };
    print "$_\n" for @{ $info->{descs} };

HASHREF MUST contain following key and value pairs.

  • from: SCALAR.

  • to: SCALAR.

  • result: SCALAR.

  • htmls: ARRAYREF.

  • descs: ARRAYREF.

SEE ALSO

SUPPORT

Bugs / Feature Requests

Please report any bugs or feature requests through the issue tracker at https://github.com/keedi/Parcel-Track/issues. You will be notified automatically of any progress on your issue.

Source Code

This is open source software. The code repository is available for public review and contribution under the terms of the license.

https://github.com/keedi/Parcel-Track

  git clone https://github.com/keedi/Parcel-Track.git

AUTHOR

김도형 - Keedi Kim <keedi@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2015 by Keedi Kim.

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