[dancer-users] Example of pagination with DBIC?

Jacques Lareau jack.lareau at gmail.com
Thu Oct 16 21:13:44 BST 2014

No. It's just more RESTful. I mainly build API with Dancer, so I tend to
follow a RESTful design.

GET is used to list/query a collection and also retreive an object
POST is used to create an object into a collection.
PUT to update an object
DELETE to delete an object

Since you are quering a collection, I'd suggest using GET.

On Thu, Oct 16, 2014 at 3:23 PM, John Stoffel <john at stoffel.org> wrote:

> Jacques> Here is how I do it. Check the gist for better formatting.
> Jacques> https://gist.github.com/jacqueslareau/1e9dcc04d416e1216161
> Jacques> status_ok is because it's an API. You can use the value returned
> in a template instead.
> Thanks a ton for this pointer, I'll look into it more deeply.
> Now for a stupid question, has everyone moved away from using 'post'
> to instead using 'get' as the method of choice for form handling in
> general?  I'm still stuck in the old PHP days honestly, but trying to
> move upto newer stuff.  Tried Rails years ago, but all the examples of
> building a blog weren't what I needed/wanted.  Sigh... I don't know
> why everyone things a blog is a good example.
> Anyway... sorry for whining.  I'll take a look at your code and see
> how I can make it work for me.
> John
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