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NAME

Amon2 - lightweight web application framework

SYNOPSIS

package MyApp;
use parent qw/Amon2/;
use Amon2::Config::Simple;
sub load_config { Amon2::Config::Simple->load(shift) }

DESCRIPTION

Amon2 is simple, readable, extensible, STABLE, FAST web application framework based on Plack.

METHODS

CLASS METHODS for Amon2 class

  • my $c = MyApp->context();

    Get the context object.

  • MyApp->set_context($c)

    Set your context object(INTERNAL USE ONLY).

CLASS METHODS for inherited class

  • MyApp->config()

    This method returns configuration information. It is generated by MyApp->load_config().

  • MyApp->mode_name()

    This is a mode name for Amon2. The default implementation of this method is:

      sub mode_name { $ENV{PLACK_ENV} }
    

    You can override this method if you want to determine the mode by other method.

  • MyApp->new()

    Create new context object.

  • MyApp->bootstrap()

      my $c = MyApp->bootstrap();
    

    Create new context object and set it to global context. When you are writing CLI script, setup the global context object by this method.

  • MyApp->base_dir()

    This method returns the application base directory.

  • MyApp->load_plugin($module_name[, \%config])

    This method loads the plugin for the application.

    $module_name package name of the plugin. You can write it as two form like DBIx::Class:

      __PACKAGE__->load_plugin("Web::CSRFDefender");    # => loads Amon2::Plugin::Web::CSRFDefender
    

    If you want to load a plugin in your own name space, use the '+' character before a package name, like following: __PACKAGE__->load_plugin("+MyApp::Plugin::Foo"); # => loads MyApp::Plugin::Foo

  • MyApp->load_plugins($module_name[, \%config ], ...)

    Load multiple plugins at one time.

    If you want to load a plugin in your own name space, use the '+' character before a package name like following:

      __PACKAGE__->load_plugins("+MyApp::Plugin::Foo"); # => loads MyApp::Plugin::Foo
    
  • MyApp->load_config()

    You can get a configuration hashref from config/$ENV{PLACK_ENV}.pl. You can override this method for customizing configuration loading method.

  • MyApp->add_config()

    DEPRECATED.

  • MyApp->debug_mode()

    ((EXPERIMENTAL))

    This method returns a boolean value. It returns true when $ENV{AMON2_DEBUG} is true value, false otherwise.

    You can override this method if you need.

PROJECT LOCAL MODE

THIS MODE IS HIGHLY EXPERIMENTAL

Normally, Amon2's context is stored in a global variable.

This module makes the context to project local.

It means, normally context class using Amon2 use $Amon2::CONTEXT in each project, but context class using "PROJECT LOCAL MODE" use $MyApp::CONTEXT.

It means you can't use code depend <Amon2-context>> and <Amon2-context>> under this mode.>

NOTES ABOUT create_request

Older Amon2::Web::Request has only 1 argument like following, it uses Amon2->context to get encoding:

sub create_request {
    my ($class, $env) = @_;
    Amon2::Web::Request->new($env);
}

If you want to use "PROJECT LOCAL MODE", you need to pass class name of context class, as following:

sub create_request {
    my ($class, $env) = @_;
    Amon2::Web::Request->new($env, $class);
}

HOW DO I ENABLE PROJECT LOCAL MODE?

MyApp-make_local_context() > turns on the project local mode.

There is no way to revert it, thanks.

METHODS

This module inserts 3 methods to your context class.

  • MyApp->context()

    Shorthand for $MyApp::CONTEXT

  • MyApp->set_context($context)

    It's the same as:

      $MyApp::CONTEXT = $context
    
  • my $guard = MyApp->context_guard()

    Create new context guard class.

    It's the same as:

      Amon2::ContextGuard->new(shift, \$MyApp::CONTEXT);
    

DOCUMENTS

More complicated documents are available on http://amon.64p.org/

SUPPORTS

#amon at irc.perl.org is also available.

AUTHOR

Tokuhiro Matsuno tokuhirom@gmail.com

CONTRIBUTORS

  • noblejasper
  • hiratara
  • s-aska
  • Kentaro Kuribayashi
  • Yuki Ibe
  • mattn
  • Masahiro Nagano
  • rightgo09
  • karupanerura
  • hatyuki
  • Keiji, Yoshimi
  • Nishibayashi Takuji
  • dragon3
  • Fuji, Goro
  • issm
  • hisaichi5518
  • Adrian
  • Fuji, Goro
  • ITO Nobuaki
  • Geraud CONTINSOUZAS
  • Syohei YOSHIDA
  • magnolia
  • Katsuhiro Konishi

LICENSE

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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