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std/http/mod.ts

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// Copyright 2018-2024 the Deno authors. All rights reserved. MIT license./** * Provides user-friendly {@linkcode serve} on top of Deno's native HTTP server * and other utilities for creating HTTP servers and clients. * * ## File Server * * A small program for serving local files over HTTP. * * ```sh * deno run --allow-net --allow-read https://deno.land/std/http/file_server.ts * > HTTP server listening on http://localhost:4507/ * ``` * * ## HTTP Status Code and Status Text * * Helper for processing status code and status text. * * ## HTTP errors * * Provides error classes for each HTTP error status code as well as utility * functions for handling HTTP errors in a structured way. * * ## Methods * * Provides helper functions and types to work with HTTP method strings safely. * * ## Negotiation * * A set of functions which can be used to negotiate content types, encodings and * languages when responding to requests. * * > Note: some libraries include accept charset functionality by analyzing the * > `Accept-Charset` header. This is a legacy header that * > {@link https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/Headers/Accept-Charset | clients omit and servers should ignore} * > therefore is not provided. * * ## Cookie maps * * An alternative to `cookie.ts` is `cookie_map.ts` which provides `CookieMap`, * `SecureCookieMap`, and `mergeHeaders` to manage request and response cookies * with the familiar `Map` interface. * * ## User agent handling * * The {@linkcode UserAgent} class provides user agent string parsing, allowing * a user agent flag to be semantically understood. * * For example to integrate the user agent provided in the header `User-Agent` * in an http request would look like this: * * ```ts * import { UserAgent } from "https://deno.land/std@$STD_VERSION/http/user_agent.ts"; * * Deno.serve((req) => { * const userAgent = new UserAgent(req.headers.get("user-agent") ?? ""); * return new Response(`Hello, ${userAgent.browser.name} * on ${userAgent.os.name} ${userAgent.os.version}!`); * }); * ``` * * @module */
export * from "./cookie.ts";export * from "./etag.ts";export * from "./status.ts";export * from "./negotiation.ts";export * from "./server.ts";export * from "./unstable_signed_cookie.ts";export * from "./server_sent_event_stream.ts";export * from "./user_agent.ts";export * from "./file_server.ts";