Follow-up to my tech meet talk - the AJAX CRUD thing in Catalyst/DBIC
oliver.gorwits at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Wed Aug 20 01:50:55 PDT 2008
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At the last tech meet I showed a Catalyst application I'd been
working on which generates web front-ends for databases, on the fly.
It's now on CPAN and in a pretty usable state, and a few people did
seem pretty interested, so here are some details:
The ListFramework Builder (LFB) takes your DBIx::Class Schema
definition and produces an AJAX CRUD web interface, on the fly. The
specific goals are minimal configuration and very quick deployment.
LFB doesn't use scaffolding - the interface is dynamically generated
from files in the distribution. Table relationships are well
supported (belongs_to, has_one, might_have, and has_many), as are
auto incrementing primary keys, and many data types.
You can see a live demo of the current release of LFB, here:
Feedback and early adopters are welcome! Drop me a line if you have
any questions or comments. Here it is, on CPAN:
 Thanks to Peter Edwards / Dragonstaff, for the hosting.
Oliver Gorwits, Network and Telecommunications Group,
Oxford University Computing Services
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