Provides some base functions needed by a
css-select adapter so that you don't
have to implement the whole thing.
npm install css-select-base-adapter --save
var baseAdapter = ;var myAdapter =// your partial implementation here;// get an adapter with everything needed by css-selectvar adapter = ;// use adapter with css-select...
how it works
An adapter for
css-select requires the following functions to be implemented:
isTag, existsOne, getAttributeValue, getChildren, getName, getParent, getSiblings, getText, hasAttrib, removeSubsets, findAll, findOne
You can pass this module a more minimal implementation and it will return a full adapter that fills in any missing functions, provided that you implement at least:
isTag, getAttributeValue, getChildren, getName, getParent, getText
If you provide any of the other methods required of an adapter, the base adapter will use your implementation instead of its own.
for more information on the required function signatures.
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