dancer2 <command> [options...]
Dancer2 is the new generation lightweight web-framework for Perl. This tool provides nice, easily-extendable CLI interface for it.
Documentation on Dancer2 is split into several manpages. Below is a complete outline on where to go for help.
If you are new to the Dancer approach, you should start by reading our Dancer2::Tutorial.
Dancer2::Manual is the reference for Dancer2. Here you will find information on the concepts of Dancer2 application development and a comprehensive reference to the Dancer2 domain specific language.
The keywords for Dancer2 can be found under DSL Keywords.
For configuration examples of different deployment solutions involving Dancer2 and Plack, refer to Dancer2::Manual::Deployment.
Specific examples of code for real-life problems and some 'tricks' for applications in Dancer can be found in Dancer2::Cookbook
For configuration file details refer to Dancer2::Config. It is a complete list of all configuration options.
Refer to Dancer2::Plugins for a partial list of available Dancer2 plugins. Note that although we try to keep this list up to date we expect plugin authors to tell us about new modules.
Dancer2 Migration guide
Dancer2::Manual::Migration provides the most up-to-date instruction on how to convert a Dancer (1) based application to Dancer2.
dancer2 - Dancer2 command line interface
gen : create new Dancer2 application
commands : list the application's commands
help : display a command's help screen
version : display version
To get detailed description of each individual command run:
dancer2 help <command>
The lastest list of available commands can be dispayed by:
Helper script for providing a bootstrapping method to quickly and easily create the framework for a new Dancer2 application.
-a --application the name of your application -p --path the path where to create your application (current directory if not specified) -o --overwrite overwrite existing files -x --no-check don't check for the latest version of Dancer2 (checking version implies internet connection) -s --skel skeleton directory
Here is an application created with dancer2:
The application is ready to serve:
$ cd MyWeb-App $ plackup bin/app.psgi >> Listening on 127.0.0.1:3000 == Entering the development dance floor ...
This script has been written by Ivan Kruglov <firstname.lastname@example.org> base on original dancer2 script which has been written by Sebastien Deseille <email@example.com> and Alexis Sukrieh <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
See Dancer2 for more information.
This module is free software and is published under the same terms as Perl itself.
Dancer Core Developers
Copyright and License
This software is copyright (c) 2021 by Alexis Sukrieh.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.