PApp::SQL - absolutely easy yet fast and powerful sql access. River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

This module provides you with easy-to-use functions to execute sql commands (using DBI). Despite being easy to use, they are also quite efficient and allow you to write faster programs in fewer lines of code. It should work with anything from perl-5....

MLEHMANN/PApp-SQL-2.002 - 04 Mar 2019 06:26:17 GMT

PApp - multi-page-state-preserving web applications River stage zero No dependents

PApp is a complete solution for developing multi-page web applications that preserve state *across* page views. It also tracks user id's, supports a user access system and provides many utility functions (html, sql...). You do not need (and should no...

MLEHMANN/PApp-2.1 - 11 Feb 2016 07:21:31 GMT

PApp::Lock - manage locks using sql River stage zero No dependents

This module manages locking (semaphores) using the papp state database (i.e. it works without filesystem and across hosts). POD ERRORS Hey! The above document had some coding errors, which are explained below: Around line 6: =over is the last thing i...

MLEHMANN/PApp-2.1 - 11 Feb 2016 07:21:31 GMT

PApp::Env - communicate between processes and the outside. River stage zero No dependents

This module can be used to get and set some kind of "environment" variables shared between all papp applications. When inside a PApp environment (e.g. inside a papp program) this module uses PApp's state database handle. Outside the module it tries t...

MLEHMANN/PApp-2.1 - 11 Feb 2016 07:21:31 GMT

PApp::Event - catch/broadcast various events River stage zero No dependents

This module allows you to broadcast asynchroneous events to all other papp applications. Why is this useful? A common scenario is this: Often you want to implement some internal data caching. PApp itself caches it's translation files, content managem...

MLEHMANN/PApp-2.1 - 11 Feb 2016 07:21:31 GMT

PApp::Hinduism - database driven Hindu course database. River stage zero No dependents

This module exemplifies how to use DBIx::Recordset, DBIx::AnyDBD (now rolled into DBI), PApp::SQL, and DBIx::Connect to create a database-driven application. EXPORT None by default....

TBONE/PApp-Hinduism-0.09 - 06 Jun 2002 19:07:19 GMT

PApp::XML - pxml sections and more River stage zero No dependents

Apart from providing XML convinience functions, the PApp::XML module manages XML templates containing pappxml directives and perl code similar to phtml sections. Together with stylesheets (PApp::XSLT) this can be used to almost totally seperate conte...

MLEHMANN/PApp-2.1 - 11 Feb 2016 07:21:31 GMT

PApp::Callback - a workaround for the problem of nonserializable code. River stage zero No dependents

The problem: Code is unserializable (at the moment, but it will probably never be efficient to serialize code). The workaround (not the solution): This class can be used to create serializable callbacks (or "references"). You first have to register a...

MLEHMANN/PApp-2.1 - 11 Feb 2016 07:21:31 GMT

PApp::DataRef - reference data stored in scalars, databases... River stage zero No dependents

You often want to store return values from HTML forms (e.g. "editform" in macro) or other "action at a distance" events in your state variable or in a database (e.g. after updates). The DBIx::Recordset provides similar functionality. "PApp::DataRef" ...

MLEHMANN/PApp-2.1 - 11 Feb 2016 07:21:31 GMT

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