SPUG: Thoughts on DBIx::Class presentation?

C.J. Adams-Collier cjac at colliertech.org
Sat Jan 23 16:00:56 PST 2010

Yeah, I'd love to get more familiar with it.  We're using it for our
work on the Liquid Web Storm on Demand product, and I'm certain I'm not
making full use of it.



On Sat, 2010-01-23 at 13:41 -0800, Skylos wrote:
> I dunno if any of you have worked with DBIx::Class - its a way to
> program up db interfaces where you define the tables and columns and
> it uses SQL::Abstract to generate the sql.  I worked with it intensely
> for about 9 months at a job, and am currently starting a new interface
> using it as well.
> Its a fairly new perl module, uses C3 inheritance pattern, and can get
> you out of having to embed language (sql) in language (perl).
> Is there any interest in hearing about how to use DBIx::Class to do
> database interfacing for perl applications?
> Skylos
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