- Compare a full Mojolicious app to a lite app with the same functionality.
- See an example of DBIx::Class usage with Mojolicious
- See an example of tests for a Mojolicious app
- Both apps make use of the DBIx::Class schema.
- The schema is in lib/Schema.pm, lib/Schema/*
- The DBIx::Class schema connects to a provided sqlite3 database, test.db
- The controller tests create a new test.db, populated using fixtures from t/fixtures/*
- The schema tests use an in-memory sqlite3 database, populated using fixtures from t/fixtures/*
- Test::Database is a utility for populating the sqlite3 databases with fixtures from t/fixtures/*
Heroku is running Hypnotoad, the full featured UNIX optimized preforking non-blocking I/O HTTP 1.1 and WebSocket server built around the very well tested and reliable Mojo::Server::Daemon with IPv6, TLS, Bonjour, libev and hot deployment support that just works.
To run the full app:
To run the lite app:
(Both the Full and Lite apps are identical in functionality)
Easy, one-step installation of modules:
curl -L cpanmin.us | perl - Mojolicious Modern::Perl DBIx::Class DateTime DateTime::Format::SQLite \ Time::Duration File::Slurp SQL::Translator
A minimum of Perl 5.10 is required. If your Perl is too old, Perlbrew is über easy to install!
- MojoFull.pm - Mojolicious Application
- MojoFull/ - Mojolicious Controllers
- Schema.pm - DBIx::Class model
- Database.pm - Utility class for populating test fixtures
- public/ - Static files
- t/ - Tests
- mojolite - Mojolicious::Lite app, with all the application files listed above embedded
- README.md - This file