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Test::WWW::Mechanize::PSGI - Test PSGI programs using WWW::Mechanize 3 ++

PSGI is a specification to decouple web server environments from web application framework code. Test::WWW::Mechanize is a subclass of WWW::Mechanize that incorporates features for web application testing. The Test::WWW::Mechanize::PSGI module meshes...

LBROCARD/Test-WWW-Mechanize-PSGI-0.35 - 06 Jan 2010 14:41:54 GMT - Search in distribution

get.pl - Get a URL via command line without a running server 6 ++

Runs a request through your Poet application in a single process without actually requiring a running server. The request will use the same psgi.app and pass through all the same middleware, etc. Uses Test::WWW::Mechanize::PSGI. The url scheme and ho...

JSWARTZ/Poet-0.15   (1 review) - 26 Feb 2014 22:58:38 GMT - Search in distribution

PSGI::FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions and answers 31 ++
MIYAGAWA/PSGI-1.102 - 24 Jul 2013 20:13:37 GMT - Search in distribution

PSGI::FAQ - Часто задаваемые вопросы и ответы ++
VTI/POD2-RU-PSGI-0.001 - 03 Jan 2014 11:23:39 GMT - Search in distribution

Jifty::Test - Jifty's test module ++

Jifty::Test is a superset of Test::More. It provides all of Test::More's functionality in addition to the class methods defined below. METHODS is_passing my $is_passing = Jifty::Test->is_passing; Check if the test is currently in a passing state. * A...

SARTAK/Jifty-1.10518 - 18 May 2011 18:12:42 GMT - Search in distribution

LWP::Protocol::PSGI - Override LWP's HTTP/HTTPS backend with your own PSGI application 2 ++

LWP::Protocol::PSGI is a module to hijack any code that uses LWP::UserAgent underneath such that any HTTP or HTTPS requests can be routed to your own PSGI application. Because it works with any code that uses LWP, you can override various WWW::*, Net...

MIYAGAWA/LWP-Protocol-PSGI-0.07 - 19 May 2014 19:43:08 GMT - Search in distribution

Catalyst::Delta - Overview of changes between versions of Catalyst 106 ++

This is an overview of the user-visible changes to Catalyst between major Catalyst releases. VERSION 5.90060+ Catalyst::Log object autoflush on by default Starting in 5.90065, the Catalyst::Log object has 'autoflush' which is on by default. This caus...

JJNAPIORK/Catalyst-Runtime-5.90065   (18 reviews) - 05 Jun 2014 12:44:59 GMT - Search in distribution

CGI::Application - Framework for building reusable web-applications 12 ++

It is intended that your Application Module will be implemented as a sub-class of CGI::Application. This is done simply as follows: package My::App; use base 'CGI::Application'; Notation and Conventions For the purpose of this document, we will refer...

MARKSTOS/CGI-Application-4.50   (19 reviews) - 16 Jun 2011 17:07:16 GMT - Search in distribution

Test::WWW::Mechanize::Dancer - Wrapper to easily use Test::WWW::Mechanize with your Dancer apps ++

This is a simple wrapper that lets you test your Dancer apps using Test::WWW::Mechanize. SETTINGS appdir Probably the main thing you will want to set, "appdir" sets the base directory for the app. "confdir", "views", and "public", will be set to "app...

WWOLF/Test-WWW-Mechanize-Dancer-0.0100 - 16 Feb 2014 22:56:10 GMT - Search in distribution

Catalyst::Manual::Intro - Introduction to Catalyst 33 ++

This is a brief introduction to Catalyst. It explains the most important features of how Catalyst works and shows how to get a simple application up and running quickly. For an introduction (without code) to Catalyst itself, and why you should be usi...

ETHER/Catalyst-Manual-5.9007   (3 reviews) - 06 May 2013 18:47:33 GMT - Search in distribution

Plack::Middleware::Test::StashWarnings - Test your application's warnings ++

Plack::Middleware::Test::StashWarnings is a Plack middleware component to record warnings generated by your application so that you can test them to make sure your application complains about the right things. The warnings generated by your applicati...

ALEXMV/Plack-Middleware-Test-StashWarnings-0.08 - 16 May 2014 23:36:15 GMT - Search in distribution

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