Get the protocols of an input url.
# Using npm npm install --save protocols # Using yarn yarn add protocols
// Dependencies const protocols = require("protocols"); console.log(protocols("git+ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/and-the-path/name")); // ["git", "ssh"] console.log(protocols("http://ionicabizau.net", true)); // "http"
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Returns the protocols of an input url.
input: The input url.
true, the first protocol will be returned. If number, it will represent the zero-based index of the protocols array.
- Array|String The array of protocols or the specified protocol.
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