Mojolicious::Types(3) MIME types


use Mojolicious::Types;
my $types = Mojolicious::Types->new;
$types->type(foo => 'text/foo');
say $types->type('foo');


Mojolicious::Types manages MIME types for Mojolicious.

  appcache -> text/cache-manifest
  atom     -> application/atom+xml
  bin      -> application/octet-stream
  css      -> text/css
  gif      -> image/gif
  gz       -> application/x-gzip
  htm      -> text/html
  html     -> text/html;charset=UTF-8
  ico      -> image/x-icon
  jpeg     -> image/jpeg
  jpg      -> image/jpeg
  js       -> application/javascript
  json     -> application/json;charset=UTF-8
  mp3      -> audio/mpeg
  mp4      -> video/mp4
  ogg      -> audio/ogg
  ogv      -> video/ogg
  pdf      -> application/pdf
  png      -> image/png
  rss      -> application/rss+xml
  svg      -> image/svg+xml
  txt      -> text/plain;charset=UTF-8
  webm     -> video/webm
  woff     -> application/font-woff
  xml      -> application/xml,text/xml
  zip      -> application/zip

The most common ones are already defined.


Mojolicious::Types implements the following attributes.


  my $mapping = $types->mapping;
  $types      = $types->mapping({png => ['image/png']});

MIME type mapping.


Mojolicious::Types inherits all methods from Mojo::Base and implements the following new ones.


  my $exts = $types->detect('application/json;q=9');
  my $exts = $types->detect('text/html, application/json;q=9', 1);

Detect file extensions from "Accept" header value, prioritization of unspecific values that contain more than one MIME type is disabled by default.

  # List detected extensions prioritized
  say for @{$types->detect('application/json, text/xml;q=0.1', 1)};


  my $type = $types->type('png');
  $types   = $types->type(png => 'image/png');
  $types   = $types->type(json => ['application/json', 'text/x-json']);

Get or set MIME types for file extension, alternatives are only used for detection.