7 examples of 'localurl' in JavaScript

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11function local(url) {
12 return path.join("./tmp", encodeURIComponent(url));
13}
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9function localUrl(url) {
10 if (url.startsWith('http')) {
11 return url;
12 }
13
14 return `//${adminApiHost}${url}`;
15}
98function normalizeLocalUrl(url) {
99 // Step 1: make the url protocol less first. This helps recognizing http://0.0.0.0:3001/common.css
100 // and //0.0.0.0:3001/common.css as the same file.
101 // Step 2: The browser will give us a full URL even if we only put a
102 // path in on the server. So, if we're comparing against just
103 // a path here we need to strip the base off to avoid a flash
104 // of unstyled content.
105 if (typeof url === 'string') {
106 url = url
107 .replace(/^http[s]?:/, '')
108 .replace(new RegExp("^//" + location.host), '');
109 }
110
111 return url;
112}
189getUrl() {
190 logger.debug('getUrl::' + this._url);
191 return this._url;
192}
10function remote(url) { return (new RegExp('git@github.com:(.+)\\/(.+)\\.git', 'ig').exec(url) || new Array(3).fill(null)).slice(1); }
156uniquenessReturn.localUrl = function localUrl () {
157 // splitting the href looking for our index and magic word unique
158 var url = window.location.href.split('#')
159 if (url.length < 2) {
160 return false
161 } else { // it contains #
162 url = url[url.length - 1]
163 if (url.slice(0, 6) === 'unique') { // found magic word
164 url = url.slice(6)
165 url = parseInt(url)
166 uniquenessReturn.goto(url)
167 return url
168 } else return false // return false so the || sets start_with option instead
169 }
170}
692public getUrl(): string | null {
693 return this.url;
694}

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