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JSON::Hyper::Link - represents a link found in a JSON document
This is a tiny object representng a hyperlink found in a JSON document. You totally have my permission to treat it as a hashref if you want. Encapsulation, ensmapulation!
Generally speaking you don't want to construct these. They're constructed by JSON::Hyper's
find_links method and I can't think of any conceivable reason why you'd want to construct one yourself. Nevertheless...
These attributes are hash keys for the constructor, and also exist as methods that can be called on the object to retrieve the value.
The URL linked to.
The relationship between the URL has with the document that linked to it.
A JSON schema (see JSON::Schema) that the URL linked to supposedly conforms to.
target_schemais also available if you're alergic to camelCase, but
targetSchemais the only attribute recognised by the constructor.
The HTTP method recommended for interacting with the URL. If undef, then 'GET' is usually a good bet.
If POSTing data to this URL, the recommended Content-Type header.
Please report any bugs to http://rt.cpan.org/.
Related modules: JSON::Hyper.
Toby Inkster <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Copyright 2010-2012 Toby Inkster.
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