Красимир Беров
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NAME

Mojolicious::Plugin::RoutesConfig - Describe routes in configuration

SYNOPSIS

  # Create $MOJO_HOME/etc/routes.conf and describe your routes
  # or do it directly in $MOJO_HOME/${\ $app->moniker }.conf
  {
    routes => [
      {get  => '/groups', to => 'groups#list', name => 'list_groups'},
      {post => '/groups', to => 'groups#create'},
      {any => {[qw(GET POST)] => '/users'}, to => 'users#list_or_create'},

      {under => '/управление', to => 'auth#under_management',
        routes => [
            {any  => '/', to   => 'upravlenie#index', name => 'home_upravlenie'},
            {get  => '/groups', to   => 'groups#index', name => 'home_groups'},
            #...
        ],
      },
    ],
  }

  # Mojolicious
  my $config = $app->plugin('Config');
  # or even
  my $config = $app->plugin('RoutesConfig');
  # or
  $app->plugin('RoutesConfig', $config);
  $app->plugin('RoutesConfig', {file => $app->home->child('etc/routes_admin.conf')});
  $app->plugin('RoutesConfig', {file => $app->home->child('etc/routes_site.conf')});

  # Mojolicious::Lite
  my $config = plugin 'Config';
  plugin 'RoutesConfig', $config;
  plugin 'RoutesConfig', {file => app->home->child('etc/routes_admin.conf')};
  plugin 'RoutesConfig', {file => app->home->child('etc/routes_site.conf')};

DESCRIPTION

Mojolicious::Plugin::RoutesConfig allows you to define your routes in configuration file or in a separate file, for example $MOJO_HOME/etc/plugins/routes.conf. This way you can quickly enable and disable parts of your application without editing its source code.

The routes are described the same way as you would generate them imperatively, just instead of methods you use method names as keys and suitable references as values which will be dereferenced and passed as arguments to the respective method. If $parameters is a reference to CODE it will be executed and whatever it returns will be the parameters for the respective method.For allowed keys look at "METHODS" in Mojolicious::Routes::Route. Look at t/blog/etc/complex_routes.conf for inspiration. You can have all your routes defined in the configuration file as it is Perl and you have the app object available.

METHODS

Mojolicious::Plugin::RoutesConfig inherits all methods from Mojolicious::Plugin::Config and implements the following new ones.

register

  my $config = $plugin->register(Mojolicious->new, $config);
  my $config = $plugin->register($app, {file => '/etc/app_routes.conf'});

Register the plugin in Mojolicious application and generate routes.

AUTHOR

    Красимир Беров
    CPAN ID: BEROV
    berov ат cpan точка org
    http://i-can.eu

COPYRIGHT

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of Artistic License 2.0.

The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module.

SEE ALSO

Mojolicious::Routes, Mojolicious::Routes::Route, Mojolicious::Plugin::Config