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NAME

       URI::Template - Object for handling URI templates (RFC 6570)

SYNOPSIS

           use URI::Template;

           my $template = URI::Template->new( 'http://example.com/{x}' );
           my $uri      = $template->process( x => 'y' );

           # or

           my $template = URI::Template->new();
           $template->template( 'http://example.com/{x}' );
           my $uri      = $template->process( x => 'y' );

           # uri is a URI object with value 'http://example.com/y'

       or

           use URI::Template ':template_process'

           my $uri = template_process ( 'http://example.com/{x}', x => 'y' );

DESCRIPTION

       This module provides a wrapper around URI templates as described in RFC 6570:
       <http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6570>.

INSTALLATION

           perl Makefile.PL
           make
           make test
           make install

METHODS

   new( $template )
       Creates a new URI::Template instance with the template passed in as the first parameter
       (optional).

   template( $template )
       This method returns the original template string. If provided, it will also set and parse
       a new template string.

   variables
       Returns an array of unique variable names found in the template (in the order of
       appearance).

   expansions
       This method returns an list of expansions found in the template.  Currently, these are
       just coderefs.  In the future, they will be more interesting.

   process( \%vars )
       Given a list of key-value pairs or an array ref of values (for positional substitution),
       it will URI escape the values and substitute them in to the template. Returns a URI
       object.

   process_to_string( \%vars )
       Processes input like the "process" method, but doesn't inflate the result to a URI object.

EXPORTED FUNCTIONS

   template_process( $template => \%vars )
       This is the same as "URI::Template->new($template)->process(\%vars)" But shorter, and
       usefull for quick and easy genrating a nice URI form parameters.

       Returns an URI object

   template_process_as_string( $template => \%vars )
       Same as above, but obviously, returns a string.

AUTHORS

       ·   Brian Cassidy <bricas@cpan.org>

       ·   Ricardo SIGNES <rjbs@cpan.org>

CONTRIBUTERS

       ·   Theo van Hoesel <Th.J.v.Hoesel@THEMA-MEDIA.nl>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

       Copyright 2007-2018 by Brian Cassidy

       This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same
       terms as Perl itself.

POD ERRORS

       Hey! The above document had some coding errors, which are explained below:

       Around line 470:
           You forgot a '=back' before '=head1'