[dancer-users] Dancer2 and HTTPS
attila.bardi at gmail.com
Fri Jan 16 18:24:23 GMT 2015
I use apache as a frontend for the perl dancer. The perl dancer listen on the localhost port 3000 and the apache handle the ssl part and redirect the requests to the dancer app.
> On 16 Jan 2015, at 18:32, dancer.to.davies at spamgourmet.com wrote:
> I am trying to teach myself web programming with Dancer2. I have an application in mind that would be (I think) better with as much security as I can arrange, to which end I am trying to understand HTTPS. I would have expected this to be a common thing to want, but the only docs I can find are http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22974113/how-do-i-setup-my-server-with-https-and-perl-dancer-as-a-standalone-server and the links given there. Unfortunately. this seems to refer to Dancer1 rather than Dancer2 and Dancer::Plugin::RequireSSL seems to be redirection only rather than something that generates a secure web page. Can Dancer2 create secure web pages? If not, are there any plans for this? Where I have written about how things "seem", have I understood correctly? Are there any docs that might help me?
> TIA & regards,
> John Davies
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