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Mojolicious::Routes(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				  Mojolicious::Routes(3pm)

NAME
Mojolicious::Routes - Always find your destination with routes SYNOPSIS
use Mojolicious::Routes; # New routes tree my $r = Mojolicious::Routes->new; # Normal route matching "/articles" with parameters "controller" and # "action" $r->route('/articles')->to(controller => 'article', action => 'list'); # Route with a placeholder matching everything but "/" and "." $r->route('/:controller')->to(action => 'list'); # Route with a placeholder and regex constraint $r->route('/articles/:id', id => qr/d+/) ->to(controller => 'article', action => 'view'); # Route with an optional parameter "year" $r->route('/archive/:year') ->to(controller => 'archive', action => 'list', year => undef); # Nested route for two actions sharing the same "controller" parameter my $books = $r->route('/books/:id')->to(controller => 'book'); $books->route('/edit')->to(action => 'edit'); $books->route('/delete')->to(action => 'delete'); # Bridges can be used to chain multiple routes $r->bridge->to(controller => 'foo', action =>'auth') ->route('/blog')->to(action => 'list'); # Simplified Mojolicious::Lite style route generation is also possible $r->get('/')->to(controller => 'blog', action => 'welcome'); my $blog = $r->under('/blog'); $blog->post('/list')->to('blog#list'); $blog->get(sub { shift->render(text => 'Go away!') }); DESCRIPTION
Mojolicious::Routes is the core of the Mojolicious web framework. See Mojolicious::Guides::Routing for more. ATTRIBUTES
Mojolicious::Routes inherits all attributes from Mojolicious::Routes::Route and implements the following new ones. "base_classes" my $classes = $r->base_classes; $r = $r->base_classes(['MyApp::Controller']); Base classes used to identify controllers, defaults to Mojolicious::Controller and Mojo. "cache" my $cache = $r->cache; $r = $r->cache(Mojo::Cache->new); Routing cache, defaults to a Mojo::Cache object. # Disable caching $r->cache(0); "conditions" my $conditions = $r->conditions; $r = $r->conditions({foo => sub {...}}); Contains all available conditions. "hidden" my $hidden = $r->hidden; $r = $r->hidden([qw(attr has new)]); Controller methods and attributes that are hidden from routes, defaults to "attr", "has" and "new". "namespace" my $namespace = $r->namespace; $r = $r->namespace('Foo::Bar::Controller'); Namespace used by "dispatch" to search for controllers. "shortcuts" my $shortcuts = $r->shortcuts; $r = $r->shortcuts({foo => sub {...}}); Contains all available shortcuts. METHODS
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Mojolicious, Mojolicious::Guides, <http://mojolicio.us>. perl v5.14.2 2012-09-05 Mojolicious::Routes(3pm)

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