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Manual Reference Pages  -  WEBDAO (3)

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NAME

WebDAO - platform for easy creation of high-performance and scalable web applications

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



  use WebDAO;



DESCRIPTION

There are many environments in which the web applications work:



    ---------------------------------------------
    |                         PSGI              |
    | FastCGI                                   |
    |           ------------------------        |
    |     nginx |                      |        |
    |           |     Your code        | isapi  |
    |           |                      |        |
    |            ----------------------         |
    |  Shell            Test::More      IIS     |
    |        lighttpd                           |
    ---------------------------------------------



WebDAO designed to save developers from the details of the application environment, reduce costs with a change of environment, and to simplify debugging and testing applications. An important goal is to simplify and increase the speed of web development.

METHODS

mk_route ( ’route1’=> ’Class::Name’, ’route2’=> sub { return new My::Class() })

Make route table for object



 use WebDAO;
 mk_route(
    user=>MyClass::User,
    test=>sub { return  MyClass->new( param1=>1 ) }
   );



SEE ALSO

http://webdao.sourceforge.net

AUTHOR

Zahatski Aliaksandr, <zag@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright 2002-2015 by Zahatski Aliaksandr

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

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