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NAME

Scaffold::Server - The Scaffold web engine

SYNOPSIS

 app.psgi
 --------

 use lib 'lib';
 use Scaffold::Server;

 my $psgi_handler;

 main: {

    my $server = Scaffold::Server->new(
        locations => [
            }
                route   => qr{^/robots.txt$},
                handler => 'Scaffold::Handler::Robots',
            },{
                route   => qr{^/favicon.ico$},
                handler => 'Scaffold::Handler::Favicon',
            },{
                route   => qr{^/login/(.*)$},
                handler => 'Scaffold::Uaf::Login',
            },{
                route   => qr{^/logout$},
                handler => 'Scaffold::Uaf::Logout',
            },{
                route   => qr{^/(.*)$},
                handler => 'Scaffold::Handler::Static',
            }
        ],
        authorization => {
            authenticate => 'Scaffold::Uaf::Manager',
            authorize    => 'Scaffold::Uaf::AuthorizeFactory',
        }
    );

    $psgi_hander = $server->engine->psgi_handler();

 }

Initializes and returns a handle for the psgi engine. Suitable for this command:

 # plackup app.psgi

Which is a great way to develop and test your web application. By the way, the above configuration would run a complete static page site that needs authentication for access.

DESCRIPTION

This module is the main entry point for an application built with Scaffold. It parses the configuration, loads the various components, makes the various connections for the CacheManager, the LockManager, initializes the SessionManager and stores the connection to the database of your choice.

CONFIGURATION

As seen above Scaffold::Server takes configuration parameters. Since Scaffold::Server can generate dynamic accessors for items within that configuration. Resevered words are needed. Those words are the following:

    authz engine cache render database plugins request response 
    lockmgr routes session user authorization locations configs

Please do not use them when adding additional items to the configuration. For example, if you want to add access to a job queue such as Gearman you could do the following:

    my $server = Scaffold::Server->new(
         locations => [
         ],
         gearman => XAS::Lib::Gearman::Client->new(),
         database => {
         }
    );

Later in you application you can access Gearman with the following syntax:

    $self->scaffold->gearman->process();

Where the process() method does whatever. Configuration items are discussed within the individual modules that use them.

METHODS

dispatch

This method parses the URL and dispatches to the appropiate handler for request handling.

SEE ALSO

 Scaffold
 Scaffold::Base
 Scaffold::Cache
 Scaffold::Cache::FastMmap
 Scaffold::Cache::Manager
 Scaffold::Cache::Memcached
 Scaffold::Class
 Scaffold::Constants
 Scaffold::Engine
 Scaffold::Handler
 Scaffold::Handler::Default
 Scaffold::Handler::Favicon
 Scaffold::Handler::Robots
 Scaffold::Handler::Static
 Scaffold::Lockmgr
 Scaffold::Lockmgr::KeyedMutex
 Scaffold::Lockmgr::UnixMutex
 Scaffold::Plugins
 Scaffold::Render
 Scaffold::Render::Default
 Scaffold::Render::TT
 Scaffold::Server
 Scaffold::Session::Manager
 Scaffold::Stash
 Scaffold::Stash::Controller
 Scaffold::Stash::Cookie
 Scaffold::Stash::View
 Scaffold::Uaf::Authenticate
 Scaffold::Uaf::AuthorizeFactory
 Scaffold::Uaf::Authorize
 Scaffold::Uaf::GrantAllRule
 Scaffold::Uaf::Login
 Scaffold::Uaf::Logout
 Scaffold::Uaf::Manager
 Scaffold::Uaf::Rule
 Scaffold::Uaf::User
 Scaffold::Utils

AUTHOR

Kevin L. Esteb, <kevin@kesteb.us>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright (C) 2009 by Kevin L. Esteb

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.5 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.