Test::WWW::Mechanize::JSON - Add a JSON and AJAXy methods to the super-class
use Test::More 'no_plan';
use_ok("Test::WWW::Mechanize::JSON") or BAIL_OUT;
my $MECH = Test::WWW::Mechanize::JSON->new(
noproxy => 1,
etc => 'other-params-for-Test::WWW::Mechanize',
my $json_as_perl = $MECH->json_ok or BAIL_OUT Dumper $MECH->response;
Extends Test::WWW::Mechanize to test JSON content in response bodies and x-json headers.
It adds a few HTTP verbs to Mechanize, for convenience.
An HTTP 'put' request, extending HTTP::Request::Common.
At the time of wriring, modules that rely on HTTP::Request::Common treat PUT as a type of GET, when the spec says it is really a type of POST:
The fundamental difference between the POST and PUT
requests is reflected in the different meaning of
An HTTP 'delete' request, extending HTTP::Request::Common.
An HTTP 'options' request, extending HTTP::Request::Common.
An HTTP 'head' request, using HTTP::Request::Common.
Tests that the last received resopnse body is valid JSON.
A default description of "Got JSON from $url" or "Not JSON from $url" is used if none if provided.
Returns the JSON object, that you may perform further tests upon it.
As $mech-json_ok($desc)> but examines the x-json header.
Like the other JSON methods, but passes if the response contained JSON in the content or x-json header.
Like diag, but renders the JSON of body the last request with indentation.
Like diag, but renders the JSON from the x-json header of the last request with indentation.
Passes if the last response contained a charset=utf-8 definition in its content-type header.
Copyright (C) Lee Goddard, 2009/2011.
Available under the same terms as Perl itself.
To install Test::WWW::Mechanize::JSON, copy and paste the appropriate command in to your terminal.
perl -MCPAN -e shell
For more information on module installation, please visit the detailed CPAN module installation guide.