Fetching a Website Using Juliar

November 9, 2016 | Views: 2151

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Hey guys,

For this tutorial, you will need latest version of *Juliar * which can be downloaded at https://www.juliar.org/downloads.ju

Although using the *import * command is great, it lacks one feature: the ability to load a website.

Now an old feature has been added back, you can now use *fetch * to fetch a URL.

It’s Easy

So let’s fetch google. In *Juliar * Console type the following:

*save=google.html  *fetch www.google.com *   *

This will create a new file called google.html which you can open in a browser window and it will look exactly like google.

Why This Is Useful

Why is this useful? Here is one good reason why!

Let’s say you are building an Auto-Updater for your application in *Juliar *.

You can use *fetch somesite.com/version.ju *  and then check the result and update if necessary, i.e. you can do:

*set=version   *fetch somesite.com/version.ju *    *

*condition=*<           22    *get version*       *          *downloadnewversion * *

Good luck and Enjoy!

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