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Manual Reference Pages  -  ROUTER::SIMPLE::COOKBOOK (3)

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NAME

Router::Simple::Cookbook - The Router::Simple Cookbook

CONTENTS

FAQ

    How to create Sinatra-ish framework with Router::Simple?

Please read the following example code.



    package MySinatraish;
    use Router::Simple;
    use Plack::Request;
   
    sub import {
        my $pkg = caller(0);
        my $router = Router::Simple->new();
        my $any = sub ($$;$) {
            my ($pattern, $dest, $opt) = do {
                if (@_ == 3) {
                    my ($methods, $pattern, $code) = @_;
                    ($pattern, {code => $code}, +{method => [ map { uc $_ } @$methods ]});
                } else {
                    my ($pattern, $code) = @_;
                    ($pattern, {code => $code}, +{});
                }
            };
            $router->connect(
                $pattern,
                $dest,
                $opt,
            );
        };
        no strict refs;
        # any [qw/get post delete/] => /bye => sub { ... };
        # any /bye => sub { ... };
        *{"${pkg}::any"} = $any;
        *{"${pkg}::get"} = sub {
            $any->([qw/GET HEAD/], $_[0], $_[1]);
        };
        *{"${pkg}::post"} = sub {
            $any->([qw/POST/], $_[0], $_[1]);
        };
        *{"${pkg}::as_psgi_app"} = sub {
            return sub {
                if (my $p = $router->match($_[0])) {
                    [200, [], [$p->{code}->()]];
                } else {
                    [404, [], [not found]];
                }
            }
        };
    }

    package MyApp;
    use MySinatraish;
    get / => sub {
        top;
    };
    post /new => sub {
        posted;
    };
    as_psgi_app;



    How to switch from HTTPx::Dispatcher?

HTTPx::Dispatcher is class specific declarative router.



    package MyApp::Dispatcher;
    use HTTPx::Dispatcher;
    connect /, {controller => foo, action => bar};
    1;



The following script is same as above.



    package MyApp::Dispatcher;
    use Router::Simple::Declare;

    my $router = router {
        connect /, {controller => foo, action => bar};
    };
    sub match { $router->match() }



    How to use Router::Simple with non-strictly-MVC application?



    use Router::Simple::Declare;
    my $router = router {
        connect /foo/bar/ => { target => /foobar.asp };
        connect /topics/:topic => { target => /my-topic.asp };
        connect /products/{Category:.*} => { target => /products.asp, Category => All };
        connect /zipcode/{zip:[0-9]{5,5}} => {target => /zipcode.asp };
    };



You can pass the target path as destination.

AUTHOR

Tokuhiro Matsuno <tokuhirom AAJKLFJEF GMAIL COM>

LICENSE

Copyright (C) Tokuhiro Matsuno

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

SEE ALSO

Router::Simple
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