Saturday, 9 February 2013

What does the .html() FluentSharp Extension Method does

Well it gets the HTML code of a particular URL :)

And it does the same thing as the FluentSharp BCL's  .GET() extension method.

Here is a script that shows both in action:
var topPanel     = panel.clear().add_Panel();
var codeViewer1  = topPanel.add_SourceCodeViewer();
var codeViewer2  = codeViewer1.insert_Right().add_SourceCodeViewer();

var url          = "http://www.google-analytics.com/ga.js";
var htmlCode     = url.html();
var getCode      = url.GET();

codeViewer1.set_Text(htmlCode);
codeViewer2.set_Text(getCode);

return htmlCode == getCode;


This script (using the O2 Platform’s C# REPL) will create two source code viewers (side by side) and will show the content’s of both .html() and .GET() inside it, the return value confirms that they are the same:

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Interestingly, google.co.uk’s response is unique (note the return value):

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