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url 0.10.3

The core `url` packaged standalone for use with Browserify.
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MIT
Package created
7 Jul 2011
Version published
27 Feb 2015
Maintainers
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Total deps
3
Direct deps
2
License
MIT

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via: querystring@0.2.0
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3 Packages, Including:
punycode@1.3.2
querystring@0.2.0
url@0.10.3
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Direct Dependencies

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β“˜ This is a list of url 's direct dependencies. Data on all dependencies, including transitive ones, is available via CSV download.
NameVersionSizeLicenseTypeVulnerabilities
punycode1.3.27.79 kBMIT
prod
querystring0.2.06.51 kBMIT
prod
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does url do?

URL is a powerful JavaScript package that provides utilities for URL resolution and parsing. The URL package is designed to be compatible with the core Node.js URL module, offering a standalone module for use with Browserify. This utility enables developers to interpret and alter URL strings easily, as well as extract specific components from URL strings, creating seamless application navigation and advanced URL handling functionality.

How do you use url?

In JavaScript, making use of the URL package is a straightforward process. After you've installed the package, you can start by requiring it in your file like this:

var url = require('url');

The URL package provides several useful methods that can execute a variety of tasks.

Use the url.parse() method to break down a URL string into an object with various properties.

var parsedUrl = url.parse('http://user:pass@host.com:8080/p/a/t/h?query=string#hash');
console.log(parsedUrl.host);  // Output: 'host.com:8080'

You can format a URL object back to a string using the url.format() method:

var urlObj = {
  protocol: 'http',
  auth: 'user:pass',
  host: 'host.com:8080',
  pathname: '/p/a/t/h',
  search: '?query=string',
  hash: '#hash'
};

var formattedUrl = url.format(urlObj);
console.log(formattedUrl);  // Output: 'http://user:pass@host.com:8080/p/a/t/h?query=string#hash'

The url.resolve() method can be used to resolve a target URL relative to a base URL, similar to how a browser would resolve an anchor tag.

var resolvedUrl = url.resolve('/one/two/three', 'four');
console.log(resolvedUrl);  // Output: '/one/two/four'

Where are the url docs?

The documentation for the URL package can be found on the Node.js API official website at http://nodejs.org/api/url.html. The documentation provides a comprehensive overview of the provided methods and the structure of the parsed URL object. Remember to refer to the documentation for accurate and detailed information and updates.