jsfiddle-downloader

    0.2.2 • Public • Published

    jsfiddle-downloader

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    Download fiddles from jsFiddle.net, just using a NodeJS script and save it as a single HTML file.

    NPM

    Installation:

        npm install jsfiddle-downloader -g
    

    How to use it:

      Usage: jsfiddle-downloader [options]
    
      Options:
    
            -h, --help                        output usage information
            -V, --version                     output the version number
            -u, --user <user>                 Save all the users fiddles
            -l, --link <url>                  Url of the fiddle to save
            -o, --output <path>               Target path to download the data
            -c, --compressed                  Compress the spaces of the HTML output
            -i, --identifier <fiddle_id>      Identifier of the fiddle to save
            -f, --force-http                  Use http when the URI method is undefined
            -v, --verbose                     Verbose output
            -I, --filename-identifier         Use fiddle identifier as filename (default)
            -T, --filename-title              Use fiddle title as filename
            -IT, --filename-identifier-title  Use fiddle identifier and title as filename
            -S, --filename-spaces             Keep spaces in filename (default: replace by underscores)
    

    To download a single fiddle from its id:

      jsfiddle-downloader -i <fiddle-id> [-o <output file>] [-f]
    

    To download a single fiddle from its url:

      jsfiddle-downloader -l <url> [-o <output file>]
      jsfiddle-downloader -l jsfiddle.net/<user>/<fiddle-id>
      jsfiddle-downloader -l jsfiddle.net/<user>/<fiddle-id>/<version>
      jsfiddle-downloader -l https://jsfiddle.net/<fiddle-id>
      jsfiddle-downloader -l https://jsfiddle.net/<fiddle-id>/<version>
      jsfiddle-downloader -l https://jsfiddle.net/<user>/<fiddle-id>/show/ -o myfiddle.html
    

    To download all scripts of a determinated 'user' from jsFiddle.net:

      jsfiddle-downloader -u <user> [-o <output file>]
    

    It'll download all backups in the currrent directory, the jsFiddles scripts will be named by default as:

      [<output-folder>/]<id-fiddle>.html
    

    To save the files using the fiddle's title, provide the parameter -T:

      jsfiddle-downloader -T -u <user> [-o <output file>]
    

    It'll download all backups in the currrent directory, the jsFiddles scripts will be named as:

      [<output-folder>/]<title-fiddle>.html
    

    To avoid running a local server for resolving URIs that doesn't have an URI method defined. Use the -f parameter:

      jsfiddle-downloader -f -i <fiddle-id>
      jsfiddle-downloader -f -l <url>
      jsfiddle-downloader -f -u <user>
    

    This will replace all the http:// in the href of link tags and in the src of script tags.

    You can make the filenames more informative with these options:

    -T : <fiddle-title>.html (title given to the fiddle to make it public)

    -IT: <fiddle-id>_<fiddle-title>.html (combined identifier and title)

    -S : Keep spaces in filename (default: replace by underscores)

    Tests:

    In the project directory jsfiddle-downloader run

    mocha test [--keep]

    If you run tests with option --keep, the temporary directories containing html files downloaded during tests will be preserved for inspection.

    License

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    Install

    npm i jsfiddle-downloader

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    12

    Version

    0.2.2

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    57.8 kB

    Total Files

    10

    Last publish

    Collaborators

    • facundovictor