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    querydom

    1.1.92 • Public • Published

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    jQuery style DOM querying from the command line, for easy querying & piping i/o to other command line utilities.

    Installation

    $ npm install -g querydom
    

    Usage

    querydom uses querySelector syntax, or what you're used to from CSS or jQuery.

    You can easily pipe HTML to the querydom command:

    $ curl -s http://www.google.com | querydom title
    > "Google Search"
    
    $ echo '<div class="example">Hello, World!</div>' | querydom 'div.example'
    > "Hello, World!" 
    

    You can also pass an HTML string as the first argument:

    $ querydom '<textarea>Success</textarea>' textarea
    > "Success"
    

    Operations

    You can supply jQuery-like operations, and the program will output the result. The default operation if none is supplied is --text, so the program by default behaves like jQuery(selector).text()

    Equivalent to $('input').attr('name'):

    $ echo '<input name="user" value="john">' | querydom input --attr=name
    > "user"
    

    Equivalent to $('input').val:

    $ echo '<input name="user" value="john">' | querydom 'input' --val
    > "john"
    

    Chaining

    Chaining works as well. Below is the equivalent to $('span').parent().find('span').text():

    $ echo '<div><span>foobar</span></div>' | querydom span --parent --find=span --text
    > "foobar"
    

    Install

    npm i querydom

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    Version

    1.1.92

    License

    ISC

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