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// Copyright 2018 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <string>
class GURL;
namespace web_app {
// App ID matches Extension ID.
using AppId = std::string;
// Compute a deterministic name based on the URL. We use this pseudo name
// as a key to store window location per application URLs in Browser and
// as app id for BrowserWindow, shortcut and jump list.
std::string GenerateApplicationNameFromURL(const GURL& url);
// Compute a deterministic name based on an apps's id.
std::string GenerateApplicationNameFromAppId(const AppId& app_id);
// Extracts the application id from the app name.
AppId GetAppIdFromApplicationName(const std::string& app_name);
// Compute the App ID (such as "fedbieoalmbobgfjapopkghdmhgncnaa") or
// App Key, from a web app's URL. Both are derived from a hash of the
// URL, but are subsequently encoded differently, for historical reasons. The
// ID is a Base-16 encoded (a=0, b=1, ..., p=15) subset of the hash, and is
// used as a directory name, sometimes on case-insensitive file systems
// (Windows). The Key is a Base-64 encoding of the hash.
// For PWAs (progressive web apps), the URL should be the Start URL, explicitly
// listed in the manifest.
// For non-PWA web apps, also known as "shortcuts", the URL is just the
// bookmark URL.
// App ID and App Key match Extension ID and Extension Key for migration.
AppId GenerateAppIdFromURL(const GURL& url);
std::string GenerateAppKeyFromURL(const GURL& url);
// Returns whether the given |app_url| is a valid bookmark app url.
bool IsValidWebAppUrl(const GURL& app_url);
} // namespace web_app