[Dancer-users] dancer2's prototype is there, feedback needed

Stefan Hornburg (Racke) racke at linuxia.de
Tue Oct 4 16:31:39 CEST 2011

On 09/30/2011 06:47 AM, sukria wrote:
> Hi there,
> I am very glad and proud to announce here that I've came up with a
> prototype of dancer2 that pleases me enough to be advertised.
>    -*- https://github.com/sukria/dancer2 -*-
> dancer2 is a complete rewrite of Dancer aiming at providing the same
> awesomeness with the following major changes:
>    - no more globals in the core
>    - 100% object-oriented backend (based on Moo)
>    - better scoping for sub-applications
>    - better design (no more encapsulation violations, Law of Demeter, ...)
> The prototype I've pushed to GitHub currently covers ~80% of the DSL of
> Dancer. It's able to run simple applications (it can run the PerlDancer.org
> website for instance).
> Of course, with your real-life applications, it will break in many places
> in this current shape, and this is where you can help. I'd like to have as
> many reports as possible regarding upgrades tests.
> You can test very easily your app with dancer2:
>    $ git clone http://github.com/sukria/dancer2.git
>    $ cd YOUR_APP
>    $ perl -I../dancer2/lib bin/app.pl
> Also, important to know: most of the plugins may not be working well.

How do I port a template engine to dancer2? Just implementing the context method?


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