Module Version: 0.12
Poet -- a modern Perl web framework for Mason developers
% poet new MyApp
Running plackup --Reload ... --env development --port 5000
Watching ... for file updates.
HTTP::Server::PSGI: Accepting connections at
Poet is a modern Perl web framework designed especially for
Mason developers. It uses PSGI/ Plack for server integration, Mason for request routing and templating, and a selection of best-of-breed CPAN modules for caching, logging and configuration.
directory hierarchy for web development A
configuration system that scales elegantly with multiple coders and multiple layers (development/production) Integration with
Log4perl for logging, wrapped with dead-simple configuration Integration with
CHI for powerful and flexible caching The power of
Mason, an object-oriented templating system, for request routing and content generation Easy access to common
objects and utilities from anywhere in your application Conventions and defaults based on the author's best practices from over fifteen years of Perl web development; and
The freedom to
override just about any of Poet's behaviors
All documentation is indexed at
For now Poet will share a mailing list and IRC with Mason. The Mason mailing list is
firstname.lastname@example.org; you must be
subscribed to send a message. The Mason IRC channel is #mason.
Bugs and feature requests will be tracked at RT:
The latest source code can be browsed and fetched at:
git clone git://github.com/jonswar/perl-poet.git
Poet was originally designed and developed for the Digital Media group of the Hearst Corporation, a diversified media company based in New York City. Many thanks to Hearst for agreeing to this open source release. However, Hearst has no direct involvement with this open source release and bears no responsibility for its support or maintenance.
Mason, Plack, PSGI
Jonathan Swartz <email@example.com>
This software is copyright (c) 2012 by Jonathan Swartz.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.
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