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smurl

smart partial url matching for nodejs and the browser

smurl

smart partial url matching for nodejs and the browser

npm install smurl
// api 
// match(actual, expected, [interpreter]) 
 
// match on protocol 
match('http://www.domain.com/?a=b#blah', 'http://') // true 
match('http://www.domain.com/?a=b&b=c#blah', 'https://') // false 
 
// match on path 
match('http://www.domain.com/somepath?a=b&b=c#blah', '/somepath') // true 
match('http://www.domain.com/somepath/anotherpath?a=b&b=c#blah', '/somepath') // false 
match('http://www.domain.com/?a=b&b=c#blah', '/') // true 
 
// match on querystring (order of querystring params does not matter) 
match('https://www.domain.com/?a=b#blah', '?a=b') // true 
match('http://www.domain.com/?a=b&b=c#blah', '?b=c&a=b') // true 
match('http://www.domain.com/?a=b&b=c&c=d#blah', '?b=c&a=b') // true 
match('http://www.domain.com/?y=z#blah', '?b=c&a=b') // false 
 
// match on hash 
match('http://www.domain.com/somepath?a=b&b=c#blah', '#blah') // true 
 
// match on domain 
match('https://www.domain.com/blah?a=b#blah', 'www.domain.com/blah') // true 
match('https://www.domain.com/blah?a=b#blah', 'www.domain.com') // true 
 
// match on domain and path 
match('https://www.domain.com', 'www.domain.com/') // true 
 
// match on all possible fragments 
match('https://www.domain.com/?a=b#blah', 'https://www.domain.com?a=b#blah') // true 
 
/* customising the behaviour with an interpreter */
 
// ignore protocol 
match('https://www.domain.com/?a=b#blah', 'https://www.domain.com?a=b#blah', ignoreProtocol) // true 
function ignoreProtocol (expectation) {
  delete expectation.protocol
  return expectation
}
 
// treat www.domain.com as the user wanting to match on 'homepage' 
match('https://www.domain.com/?a=b#blah', 'https://www.domain.com?a=b#blah', homepages) // true 
function homepages (expectation) {
  if (expectation.host && !expectation.pathname) expectation.pathname = '/'
  return expectation
}
npm test

js-standard-style

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