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Re^5: Running JavaScript from within Perl (or just use the API)

by marto (Archbishop)
on Sep 22, 2019 at 02:17 UTC ( #11106534=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^4: Running JavaScript from within Perl (or just use the API)
in thread Running JavaScript from within Perl

You've edited your site and the JSON now looks like:

{ "feeds": [ { "subscribe_URL": "https:\/\/\/feed\/", "feed_ID": "34259929", "meta": { "links": { "feed": "https:\/\/\/rest\/v1\/read\ +/feed\/34259929", "site": "https:\/\/\/rest\/v1\/read\ +/sites\/57595012" } } }, { "subscribe_URL": "https:\/\/\/sample-page-2 +\/feed\/", "feed_ID": "", "meta": { "links": { } } }, { "subscribe_URL": "http:\/\/\/feed\/", "feed_ID": "34259929", "meta": { "links": { "feed": "https:\/\/\/rest\/v1\/read\ +/feed\/34259929", "site": "https:\/\/\/rest\/v1\/read\ +/sites\/57595012" } } } ] }

Note Sample page 2 has no links. A fix for the code:

my $json = $ua->get( $url )->res->json; for my $feed ( @{$json->{feeds}} ){ if ( $feed->{meta}{links}{feed} ){ print "$feed->{meta}{links}{feed}\n"; } }

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