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NAME

RapidApp::Builder - Plack-compatable, runtime-generated RapidApp loader

SYNOPSIS

 use RapidApp::Builder;
 
 my $builder = RapidApp::Builder->new(
    debug  => 1, 
    appname => "My::App",
    plugins => [ ... ],
    config  => { ... }
 );

 # Plack app:
 $builder->to_app

DESCRIPTION

This module is an extension to both Plack::Component and CatalystX::AppBuilder and facilitates programatically creating/instantiating a RapidApp application without having to setup/bootstrap files on disk. As a Plack::Component, it can also be used anywhere Plack is supported, and can subclassed in the same manner as any Plack::Component class.

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CONFIGURATION

appname

Class name of the RapidApp/Catalyst app to be built.

base_appname

Alternative to appname, but will append a number if the specified class already exists (loaded or unloaded, but found in @INC). For example, if set to MyApp, if MyApp already exists, the appname is set to <MyApp1>, if that exists it is set to MyApp2 and so on.

plugins

List of Catalyst plugins to load. The plugin 'RapidApp' is always loaded, and '-Debug' is loaded when debug is set.

inject_components

Optional list of components (i.e. Catalyst Models, Views and Controllers) to inject into the application. These should be specified as 2-value ArrayRefs with the class name to inject as the first argument, and the name to inject it as in the application (relative to the app namespace) as the second argument.

For example, to inject a controller named 'Blah':

 inject_components => [
   [ 'Some::Catalyst::Controller::Foo' => 'Controller::Blah' ]
 ]

debug

Boolean flag to enable debug output in the application. When set, adds -Debug to the plugins list.

version

The $VERSION string to use

METHODS

psgi_app

Same as to_app

to_app

PSGI $app CodeRef. Derives from Plack::Component

SEE ALSO

AUTHOR

Henry Van Styn <vanstyn@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2015 by IntelliTree Solutions llc.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.