Wipers is a simple tool for creating reverse links to a given element.
It can be used to build links that redirect to a specified element of a page or other sources.
Wipers comes pre-installed with an HTTP reverse-link protocol that is very easy to implement and use.
I’m sure many developers will find it useful to implement their own reverse-links using Wipers.
The Wipers reverse- link tool uses a simple form to enter a URL, followed by a URL to an element of the page.
This element is returned with the reverse link.
Wiper uses an AJAX request to send a link to the element.
Wipes Reverse Link¶ Wipers will automatically redirect your source code to a specific element when it gets redirected from a URL.
To use Wipers, you need to add a function to the end of the function: import wiper import java.util.* import wipers def myfunction(url): return “http://example.com/function.php” return wiper.get(url) Wipers works on any URL.
If the url is already in the browser, Wipers returns a list of all of the links in that URL.
For example, you can get all of your source link code: wiper = wiper(‘http://www.example.org/’); return wipers.reverseLink(‘http%3A%2F%2Fr%2Fa%2Flv%2E.html’, myfunction) The reverse link returned from Wipers does not have to be the same as the one returned by Wipers itself.
If you have a source code that is more complex than a simple GET, you could implement your own reverse link function.
In this case, you just need to send the reverse URL: myfunction(‘http’, ‘get.php’) The function returned by the Wipers tool is very simple: it takes a string and returns a function that takes the string and the URL.
Here is an example of how the Wiper reverse link looks like: http://example/myfunction.html?http://192.168.1.100:8989?myfunction() The above code will return a link from example.com to example.org that redirects to http://192,168.81.8989:8982.
You can use Wiper to create your own link to a particular source, and Wipers provides an API to do so.
Wippes API is very straightforward to use.
First, you have to install the Wipps library: $ pip install wipps For Wippers REST API, you only need to provide the WIPPS_SERVICE environment variable, which can be configured to provide an HTTP server for the WIP service.
For WIPPs REST API server, you should configure the Wips API server as follows: Wipp’s REST API uses the following server parameters: The name of the server (the WIPP service name) The port (the default 80) The WIPP_PORT environment variable which defaults to 80.