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NAME ^

Jifty::View::Declare::Helpers - Additional subroutines for Jifty TD templates

DESCRIPTION ^

This library provides mixins to help build your application's user interface.

METHODS ^

form CODE

Takes a subroutine reference or block of perl as its only argument and renders it as a Jifty form.

hyperlink

Shortcut for "link" in Jifty::Web.

tangent

Shortcut for "tangent" in Jifty::Web.

redirect

Shortcut for "redirect" in Jifty::Web.

new_action

Shortcut for "new_action" in Jifty::Web.

render_region

A shortcut for Jifty::Web::PageRegion->new(@_)->render which does the Template::Declare magic necessary to not mix its output with your current page's.

render_action $action_object, $fields, $args_to_pass_to_action

Renders an action out of whole cloth.

Arguments

$action_object

A Jifty::Action object which has already been initialized

$fields

A reference to an array of fields that should be rendered when displaying this action. If left undefined, all of the action's fields will be rendered.

$args_to_pass_to_action

A hashref of arguments that should be passed to $action->form_field for every field of this action.

form_return

Shortcut for "return" in Jifty::Web::Form.

form_submit

Shortcut for "submit" in Jifty::Web::Form.

form_next_page

Shortcut for "next_page" in Jifty::Web::Form.

request

Shortcut for "request" in Jifty::Web.

current_user

Shortcut for "current_user" in Jifty::Web.

get args

Returns arguments as set in the dispatcher or with "set" below. If called in scalar context, pulls the first item in args and returns it. If called in list context, returns the values of all items in args.

set key => val [ key => val ...]

Sets arguments for later grabbing with get.

render_param $action @args

Takes an action and one or more arguments to pass to Jifty::Action-form_field>.

page

 template 'foo' => page {{ title is 'Foo' } ... };

  or

 template 'foo' => page { title => 'Foo' } content { ... };

Renders an HTML page wrapped in "wrapper", after calling "/_elements/nav" and setting a content type. Generally, you shouldn't be using "/_elements/nav" but a Dispatcher rule instead.

If page/content calling convention is used, the return value of the first sub will be passed into wrapper as the second argument as a hashref, as well as the last argument for the content sub.

content

Helper function for page { ... } content { ... }

wrapper $coderef

Render a page. $coderef is a Template::Declare coderef. This badly wants to be redone.

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