KOBAYASHI, Hiroaki > YATT-Lite-0.0_8 > YATT::Lite::WebMVC0::SiteApp

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NAME ^

YATT::Lite::WebMVC0::SiteApp - PSGI Handler for yatt

SYNOPSIS ^

  # In app.psgi

  use FindBin;
  use YATT::Lite::WebMVC0::SiteApp -as_base;
  use YATT::Lite qw/Entity *CON/;

  return do {

    my $site = MY->new(doc_root => "$FindBin::Bin/html");

    #----- You can define entities here. ----
    Entity session => sub {
      my ($this, $key) = @_;
      my $sess = $CON->get_session
        or return;
      $sess->param($key);
    };

    if (YATT::Lite::Factory->want_object) {

      # When app.psgi is loaded from yatt support scripts(eg. yatt lint),
      # return bare object, not app.

      $site;

    } else {

      # Otherwise, normal PSGI. You can use Plack::Builder and/or middleware.

      $site->to_app;
    }
  };

DESCRIPTION ^

SiteApp is a Factory of DirApp, which is a web specific subclass of YATT::Lite.

SiteApp takes a template directory tree at startup and becomes a PSGI application.

When SiteApp called for incoming request, it first determins a sub-directory for the request. Then SiteApp looks for DirApp from own cache, load/build it when necessary, and finally invoke DirApp to handle do rest of work.

CONFIGS ^

SiteApp accepts YATT::Lite::Object style configurations.

doc_root

Document root of this PSGI application. *.yatt should be placed under this. Usually, $FindBin::Bin/html

app_ns

Namespace of per-directory YATT::Lite class. Default is MyApp. This will also be used as a base class of each YATT::Lite instances. This class will be loaded at startup (but can be missing). If it exists, it must be a subclass of YATT::Lite.

app_root

The application directory where app.psgi lives in. Sometime omissible, but recommended to set as $FindBin::Bin.

app_base

Base DirApp for all DirApp under doc_root. A.k.a inheritance of app-directory. Omissible. Usually, $FindBin::Bin/ytmpl.

site_prefix

If your app.psgi is located under subpath, specify this. You can refer this from *.yatt via &yatt:site_prefix();.

header_charset

Default charset for HTTP response headers. Default is utf-8.

tmpl_encoding, output_encoding

Encoding of *.yatt and HTTP response body, respectively.

XXX: should note about widechars....

no_nested_query

By default, yatt turns specific parameters into hashes/arrays like PHP and Ruby on Rails. This feature is useful(I hope), but is experimental. So if you don't want this feature, turn this config on.

psgi_static

Requests other than *.yatt, *.ytmpl, *.ydo are passed to this PSGI app. Default is:

  Plack::App::File->new(root => $self->{cf_doc_root})->to_app

backend

Room for your Model instance. If it is given and it has startup method is implemented, $backend->startup($siteapp, @all_dirapps) will be called when prepare_app.

METHODS ^

call($env)

PSGI entry function. SiteApp uses $env as following:

PATH_TRANSLATED, REDIRECT_STATUS

If $env->{REDIRECT_STATUS} is 200 and has non empty $env->{PATH_TRANSLATED}, yatt tries to serve specified path.

PATH_INFO

Otherwise, yatt examines $env->{PATH_INFO} under doc_root and app_base, in this order.

prepare_app

PSGI startup hook.

render($path_info, $args)

Aid for batch execution.

make_connection($parent_fh, @config)

Build helper for YATT::Lite::WebMVC0::Connection object. $parent_fh can be undef. If specified, $con->flush will flush buffered contents to $parent_fh.

HOOKS ^

before_dirhandler($dirapp, $connection, $filename)

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