[dancer-users] Dancer2 and HTTPS

Attila Bardi attila.bardi at gmail.com
Fri Jan 16 18:24:23 GMT 2015

Hey John,

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.

Best regards,
Attila Bardi

> 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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