Decodes one key or value of URL-encoded UTF-8 characters in a URL
Encodes one key or value for a UTF-8 URL-encoded query string.
Encodes space as +.
Given a value (the route specification), produce and return a sequence of of
route-maps -- the expanded routes from the specification.
Ensure the integrity of the sequence of route maps (even if they've already been checked).
- Constraints are correctly ordered (most specific to least specific)
- Route names are unique
Generate and return the routing table from a given expandable
form of routing data.
(form-action-for-routes routes & default-options)
Like 'url-for-routes' but the returned function returns a map with the keys
:action, the URL string; and :method, the HTTP verb as a lower-case
string. Also, the :method-param is :_method by default, so HTTP
verbs other than GET and POST will be converted to POST with the
actual verb in the query string.
Returns an interceptor that smuggles HTTP verbs through a value in
the request. Must come *after* the interceptor that populates that
value (e.g. query-params or body-params).
query-param-or-param-path may be one of two things:
- The parameter inside :query-params where the verb will
- A complete path to a value elsewhere in the request, such as
[:query-params :_method] or [:body-params "_method"]
The path [:query-params :_method] is used by default.
(parse-query-string string & options)
Parses URL query string (not including the leading '?') into a map.
options are key-value pairs, valid options are:
:key-fn Function to call on parameter keys (after URL
decoding), returns key for the map, default converts
to a keyword.
:value-fn Function to call on the key (after passing through
key-fn) and parameter value (after URL decoding),
returns value for the map, default does nothing.
Prints route table `routes` in easier to read format.
Returns an interceptor which parses query-string parameters from an
HTTP request into a map. Keys in the map are query-string parameter
names, as keywords, and values are strings. The map is assoc'd into
the request at :query-params.
(router spec router-impl-key-or-fn)
Delegating fn for router-specification.
(router-spec specification router-ctor)
Returns an interceptor which attempts to match each route against
a :request in context. For the first route that matches, it will:
- enqueue the matched route's interceptors
- associate the route into the context at :route
- associate a map of :path-params into the :request
If no route matches, returns context with :route nil.
(try-routing-for spec router-type query-string verb)
(url-for route-name & options)
Invokes currently bound contextual linker to generate url based on
- The routing table in use.
- The incoming request being routed.
(url-for-routes routes & default-options)
Returns a function that generates URL routes (as strings) from the
routes table. The returned function has the signature:
[route-name & options]
Where 'options' are key-value pairs from:
:app-name Application name specified for this route
:request The original request; it will be merged into the
:params A map of all parameters; any params not used as
path parameters will be added to the query string
:path-params A map of path parameters only
:query-params A map of query-string parameters only
:method-param Keyword naming the query-string parameter in which
to place the HTTP method name, if it is neither
GET nor POST. If nil, the HTTP method name will
not be included in the query string. Default is nil.
:context A string, function that returns a string, or symbol
that resolves to a function that returns a string
that specifies a root context for the URL. Default
:fragment A string for the fragment part of the url.
:override A map of aspects of the matching route to override
including any of: :scheme, :host, :port.
:absolute? Boolean, whether or not to force an absolute URL
In addition, you may supply default-options to the 'url-for-routes'
function, which are merged with the options supplied to the returned