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NAME ^

Kossy - Sinatra-ish Simple and Clear web application framework

SYNOPSIS ^

  % kossy-setup MyApp
  % cd MyApp
  % plackup app.psgi
  
  ## lib/MyApp/Web.pm
  
  use Kossy;
  
  get '/' => sub {
      my ( $self, $c )  = @_;
      $c->render('index.tx', { greeting => "Hello!" });
  };
  
  get '/json' => sub {
      my ( $self, $c )  = @_;
      my $result = $c->req->validator([
          'q' => {
              default => 'Hello',
              rule => [
                  [['CHOICE',qw/Hello Bye/],'Hello or Bye']
              ],
          }
      ]);
      $c->render_json({ greeting => $result->valid->get('q') });
  };
  
  1;
  
  ## views/index.tx
  : cascade base
  : around content -> {
    <: $greeting :>
  : }

DESCRIPTION ^

Kossy is Sinatra-ish Simple and Clear web application framework, which is based upon Plack, Router::Simple, Text::Xslate and build-in Form-Validator. That's suitable for small application and rapid development.

Kossy class ^

Kossy exports some methods to building application

CLASS METHODS for Kossy class

my $kossy = Kossy->new( root_dir => $root_dir );

Create instance of the application object.

OBJECT METHODS for Kossy class

my $root_dir = $kossy->root_dir();

accessor to root directory of the application

my $app = $kossy->psgi();

return PSGI application

DISPATCHER METHODS for Kossy class

filter

makes application wrapper like plack::middlewares.

  filter 'set_title' => sub {
      my $app:CODE = shift;
      sub {
          my ( $self:Kossy, $c:Kossy::Connection )  = @_;
          $c->stash->{site_name} = __PACKAGE__;
          $app->($self,$c);
      }
  };
get path:String => [[filters] =>] CODE
post path:String => [[filters] =>] CODE

setup router and dispatch code

  get '/' => [qw/set_title/] => sub {
      my ( $self:Kossy, $c:Kossy::Connection )  = @_;
      $c->render('index.tx', { greeting => "Hello!" });
  };
  
  get '/json' => sub {
      my ( $self:Kossy, $c:Kossy::Connection )  = @_;
      $c->render_json({ greeting => "Hello!" });
  };

dispatch code shall return Kossy::Response object or PSGI response ArrayRef or String.

router 'HTTP_METHOD'|['METHOD'[,'METHOD']] => path:String => [[filters] =>] CODE

adds routing rule other than GET and POST

  router 'PUT' => '/put' => sub {
      my ( $self:Kossy, $c:Kossy::Connection )  = @_;
      $c->render_json({ greeting => "Hello!" });
  };

Kossy::Connection class ^

per-request object, herds request and response

OBJECT METHODS for Kossy::Connection class

req:Kossy::Request
res:Kossy::Response
stash:HashRef
args:HashRef

Router::Simple->match result

halt(status_code, message)

die and response immediately

redirect($uri,status_code): Kossy::Response
render($file,$args): Kossy::Response

calls Text::Xslate->render makes response. template files are searching in root_dir/views directory

template syntax is Text::Xslate::Syntax::Kolon, can use Kossy::Connection object and fillinform block.

   ## template.tx
   : block form |  fillinform( $c.req ) -> {
   <head>
   <title><: $c.stash.title :></title>
   </head>
   <body>
   <form action="<: $c.req.uri_for('/post') :>">
   <input type="text" size="10" name="title" />
   <textarea name="body" rows="20" cols="90"></textarea>
   </form>
   </body>
   : }

also can use Text::Xslate::Bridge::TT2Like and Number::Format methods in your template

render_json($args): Kossy::Response

serializes arguments with JSON and makes response

This method escapes '<', '>', and '+' characters by "\uXXXX" form. Browser don't detects the JSON as HTML. And also this module outputs "X-Content-Type-Options: nosniff" header for IEs.

render_json have a JSON hijacking detection feature same as Amon2::Plugin::Web::JSON. This returns "403 Forbidden" response if following pattern request.

The request have 'Cookie' header.
The request doesn't have 'X-Requested-With' header.
The request contains /android/i string in 'User-Agent' header.
Request method is 'GET'

Kossy::Request ^

This class is child class of Plack::Request, decode query/body parameters automatically. Return value of $req->param(), $req->body_parameters, etc. is the decoded value.

OBJECT METHODS for Kossy::Request class

uri_for($path,$args):String

build absolute URI with path and $args

  my $uri = $c->req->uri_for('/login',[ arg => 'Hello']);  
validator($rule):Kossy::Validaor::Result

validate parameters using Kossy::Validatar

  my $result = $c->req->validator([
    'q' => [['NOT_NULL','query must be defined']],
    'level' => {
        default => 'M',
        rule => [
            [['CHOICE',qw/L M Q H/],'invalid level char'],
        ],
    },
  ]);

  my $val = $result->valid('q');
  my $val = $result->valid('level');
body_parameters_raw
query_parameters_raw
parameters_raw
param_raw

These methods are the accessor to raw values. 'raw' means the value is not decoded.

Kossy::Response ^

This class is child class of Plack::Response

AUTHOR ^

Masahiro Nagano <kazeburo {at} gmail.com>

SEE ALSO ^

Kossy is small waf, that has only 400 lines code. so easy to reading framework code and customize it. Sinatra-ish router, build-in templating, validators and zero-configuration features are suitable for small application and rapid development.

Amon2::Lite

Mojolicious::Lite

Dancer

Kossy::Validator

LICENSE ^

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

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