- Full Description
Learn to build web applications with Catalyst, the popular open source web framework based on the Perl programming language. The Definitive Guide to Catalyst: Writing Extendable, Scalable, and Maintainable PerlBased Web Applications is a definitive guide to Catalyst version 5.8. This book contains
- Training materials for new and experience programmers.
- Worked examples and cookbookstyle recipes of common web application programming tasks
- Fundamentals of web application design and bestpractice application style
What youll learn
- Write web applications with Catalyst and Perl.
- Design for extendability and code reuse.
- Understand deployment options for high and lowtraffic sites.
- Use DBIx::Class, Moose, and Template Toolkit.
- Understand the Catalyst dispatcher and request cycle.
- Deal with common web programming requirements: authentication and authorization, web services, sending email, serving streaming media.
Who this book is for
The primary audience for this book is existing Perl programmers who want more information on writing robust maintainable and extendable web applications. This group is comprised of four subgroups:
- Experienced perl programmers wanting to update their web programming skills (for example, CGI.pm, mod_perl, and Mason programmers)
- Intermediate/Late beginner programmers wanting to learn rapid, extendable, maintainable web programming techniques in Perl
- System administrators and other nonweb users of Perl (e.g., bioinformatics workers) who want to learn modern Perl web development techniques
- Existing catalyst programmers who want to learn about best practices for catalyst development
This book is also for programmers who want to understand web application design and development more thoroughly.
- Table of Contents
Table of Contents
- Introducing the Catalyst Web Application Framework
- Catalyst Setup and Background Knowledge
- Your first Catalyst Application
- Extending LolCatalyst-Lite
- Database Models
- The Catalyst Dispatcher
- Authentication and Authorization
- Interacting with Web Services in Your Applications
- Extending Catalyst
- Catalyst Cookbook
- The Reaction Component UI Framework
- Source Code/Downloads
If you think that you've found an error in this book, please let us know by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org . You will find any confirmed erratum below, so you can check if your concern has already been addressed.On page 26:
www.example.com no longer sends any content.
On page 30:t/00-basic.t should be t/00-load.t in two places.
On page 59:Second paragraph references appendix C.
There is no appendix C.
On page 70:
This portion won't work :
my $request = GET('http://localhost');
my $response = request($request);
one should have :
my $request = GET("http://localhost:3000");
my $ua = LWP::UserAgent->new;
my $response = $ua->request($request);
On page 154:
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