ogp_data_extract

A simple dart library for extracting the Open Graph protocol on a web pages.

Getting Started

In your package's pubspec.yaml file add the dependency.

dependencies:
  ogp_data_extract: ^0.x.x

You can install packages from the command line.

With Dart:

$ dart pub get

With Flutter:

$ flutter pub get

Structure

reference : The Open Graph protocol

OgpData:
    - url
    - type
    - title
    - description
    - image
    - imageSecureUrl
    - imageType
    - imageWidth
    - imageHeight
    - imageAlt    
    - siteName
    - determiner
    - locale
    - localeAlternate    
    - latitude
    - longitude
    - streetAddress
    - locality
    - region
    - postalCode
    - countryName
    - email
    - phoneNumber
    - faxNumber
    - video
    - videoSecureUrl
    - videoHeight
    - videoWidth
    - videoType
    - audio
    - audioSecureUrl
    - audioTitle
    - audioArtist
    - audioAlbum
    - audioType
    - fbAdmins
    - fbAppId
    - twitterCard
    - twitterSite

Usage

Parse OgpData for a given URL

void main() async {
    const String url = 'https://pub.dev/';
    final OgpData? ogpData = await OgpDataExtract.execute(url);
    print(ogpData?.url); // https://pub.dev/
    print(ogpData?.type); // website
    print(ogpData?.title); // Dart packages
    print(ogpData?.description); // Pub is the package manager for the Dart programming language, containing reusable libraries & packages for Flutter, AngularDart, and general Dart programs.
    print(ogpData?.image); // https://pub.dev/static/img/pub-dev-icon-cover-image.png?hash=vg86r2r3mbs62hiv4ldop0ife5um2g5g
    print(ogpData?.siteName); // Dart packages
}

Specify the User-Agent when parsing

void main() async {
    const String url = 'https://pub.dev/';
    const String userAgent = 'Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; CPU iPhone OS 12_0 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/605.1.15 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/12.0 Mobile/15E148 Safari/604.1';
    final OgpData? ogpData = await OgpDataExtract.execute(url, userAgent: userAgent);
    print(ogpData);
}

Use the parser manually

void main() async {
    const String url = 'https://pub.dev/';
    final http.Response response = await http.get(Uri.parse(url));
    final Document? document = OgpDataExtract.toDocument(response);
    final OgpData ogpData = OgpDataParser(document).parse();
    print(ogpData);
}

Credit

This library is inspired by metadata_fetch.

However, this one is specialized for Open Graph protocol extraction.

Libraries

ogp_data_extract
This library provides OgpData Parser for retrieving and parsing documents on a web page.
user_agent_client