parser library Null safety

This library has a parser for HTML5 documents, that lets you parse HTML easily from a script or server side application:

import 'package:html/parser.dart' show parse;
import 'package:html/dom.dart';
main() {
  var document = parse(
      '<body>Hello world! <a href="www.html5rocks.com">HTML5 rocks!');
  print(document.outerHtml);
}

The resulting document you get back has a DOM-like API for easy tree traversal and manipulation.

Classes

AfterAfterBodyPhase
AfterAfterFramesetPhase
AfterBodyPhase
AfterFramesetPhase
AfterHeadPhase
BeforeHeadPhase
BeforeHtmlPhase
HtmlParser
Parser for HTML, which generates a tree structure from a stream of (possibly malformed) characters.
InBodyPhase
InCaptionPhase
InCellPhase
InColumnGroupPhase
InForeignContentPhase
InFramesetPhase
InHeadPhase
InitialPhase
InRowPhase
InSelectInTablePhase
InSelectPhase
InTableBodyPhase
InTablePhase
InTableTextPhase
Phase
Base class for helper object that implements each phase of processing.
TextPhase

Functions

getElementNameTuple(Element e) → Pair<String, String?>
Convenience function to get the pair of namespace and localName.
parse(dynamic input, {String? encoding, bool generateSpans = false, String? sourceUrl}) Document
Parse the input html5 document into a tree. The input can be a String, List<int> of bytes or an HtmlTokenizer. [...]
parseFragment(dynamic input, {String container = 'div', String? encoding, bool generateSpans = false, String? sourceUrl}) DocumentFragment
Parse the input html5 document fragment into a tree. The input can be a String, List<int> of bytes or an HtmlTokenizer. The container element can optionally be specified, otherwise it defaults to "div". [...]

Typedefs

TokenProccessor = Token Function(Token token)

Exceptions / Errors

ParseError
Error in parsed document.