Dancer Plugin DBIC
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DBIx::Class interface for Dancer applications
Dancer is a Perl web application framework.
Dancer::Plugin::DBIC provides an easy way to obtain DBIx::Class::ResultSet instances via the function schema(), which it automatically imports. You just need to point to a dsn in your Dancer configuration file. So you no longer have to write boilerplate DBIC setup code.
20 March 2013
License: Artistic or GPL-1+
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20 March 2013
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