Sinatra routing done differently. Allows for clean organization across multiple sinatra routes files.
this has only been tested with ruby 1.9.2
redirect doesn't work.. yet
Also see the fixtures folders for what's used in the tests.
<!DOCTYPE HTML> %html %head %meta(http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8") %title test page %body fly away with sinatra controllers
You can divide your routes cleanly between as many classes as you please. At any time, you can also simply revert back to the plain vanilla sinatra syntax on use get at the top level.
#!/usr/bin/env ruby require 'sinatra' require 'sinatra-controllers' class Welcome < Sinatra::Controller def index haml :index end # this create a route corresponding to `get '/welcome/about'` # making it a shortcut for common routes. It doesn't handle arguments # unlike the block syntax. def get_about 'making controllers in sinatra easy' end end Sinatra::Controllers.register Welcome do get '/', :index end
This is a trick for common requests that don't require arguments. It creates a route corresponding to `get '/welcome/about'` in the flavor of Test::Unit where it uses the prefix before the underscore for the route type. The block to register is optional here.
class Welcome < Sinatra::Controller def get_about 'making controllers in sinatra easy' end end
You can also use scopes for your own defined path, either because you're unhappy with your classname, or because you just want to:
class Fringe < Sinatra::Controller def get_walternet 'scopes' end def peter 'more scopes' end def index 'index still if you want' end end Sinatra::Controllers.register(Fringe, :scope => 'fringe') do get 'peter', :peter get '/', :index end
this enables the following routes
get '/fringe/walternet' get '/fringe/peter' get '/'