/*
  Copyright 2018 Google LLC

  Use of this source code is governed by an MIT-style
  license that can be found in the LICENSE file or at
  https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT.
*/

const copyWorkboxLibraries = require('./lib/copy-workbox-libraries');
const generateSW = require('./entry-points/generate-sw');
const generateSWString = require('./entry-points/generate-sw-string');
const getManifest = require('./entry-points/get-manifest');
const injectManifest = require('./entry-points/inject-manifest');
const {getModuleURL} = require('./lib/cdn-utils');

/**
 * This Node module can be used to generate a list of assets that should be
 * precached in a service worker, generating a hash that can be used to
 * intelligently update a cache when the service worker is updated.
 *
 * This module will use glob patterns to find assets in a given directory
 * and use the resulting URL and revision data for one of the follow uses:
 *
 * 1. Generate a complete service worker with precaching and some basic
 * configurable options, writing the resulting service worker file to disk. See
 * [generateSW()]{@link module:workbox-build.generateSW}.
 * 1. Generate a complete service worker with precaching and some basic
 * configurable options, without writing the results to disk. See
 * [generateSWString()]{@link module:workbox-build.generateSWString}.
 * 1. Inject a manifest into an existing service worker. This allows you
 * to control your own service worker while still taking advantage of
 * [workboxSW.precache()]{@link module:workbox-sw.WorkboxSW#precache} logic.
 * See [injectManifest()]{@link module:workbox-build.injectManifest}.
 * 1. Just generate a manifest, not a full service worker file.
 * This is useful if you want to make use of the manifest from your own existing
 * service worker file and are okay with including the manifest yourself.
 * See [getManifest()]{@link module:workbox-build.getManifest}.
 *
 * @property {Array<RegExp>} [ignoreURLParametersMatching=[/^utm_/]] Any
 * search parameter names that match against one of the regex's in this array
 * will be removed before looking for a precache match.
 *
 * This is useful if your users might request URLs that contain, for example,
 * URL parameters used to track the source of the traffic. Those URL parameters
 * would normally cause the cache lookup to fail, since the URL strings used
 * as cache keys would not be expected to include them.
 *
 * You can use `[/./]` to ignore all URL parameters.
 *
 * Note: This option is only valid when used with
 * {@link module:workbox-build#generateSW|generateSW()}. When using
 * {@link module:workbox-build.injectManifest|injectManifest()}, you can
 * explicitly pass the desired value in to the
 * {@link module:workbox-sw.WorkboxSW|WorkboxSW() constructor} in your `swSrc`
 * file.
 *
 * E.g. `[/homescreen/]`
 *
 * @property {Boolean} [handleFetch=true] Whether or not `workbox-sw` should
 * create a `fetch` event handler that responds to network requests. This is
 * useful during development if you don't want the service worker serving stale
 * content.
 *
 * Note: This option is only valid when used with
 * {@link module:workbox-build#generateSW|generateSW()}. When using
 * {@link module:workbox-build.injectManifest|injectManifest()}, you can
 * explicitly pass the desired value in to the
 * {@link module:workbox-sw.WorkboxSW|WorkboxSW() constructor} in your `swSrc`
 * file.
 *
 * @module workbox-build
 */
module.exports = {
  copyWorkboxLibraries,
  generateSW,
  generateSWString,
  getManifest,
  getModuleURL,
  injectManifest,
};