YAPC::NA 2011 • Asheville, NC

OX - The hardest working two letters in Perl
By Jesse Luehrs (‎doy‎)
Date: Wednesday, 29 June 2011 14:20
Duration: 50 minutes
Target audience: Intermediate
Tags: bread_board moose path_router plack

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OX is not just a large horned mammal used to help plow fields and transport wagon trains, but it is also a new web anti-framework.

It is both an opinionated collection of classes which you are expected to extend and interact with and a set of bare minimum of components needed to write nicely decoupled and easily testable web applications. OX provides convention when you want it and configuration when you don't, giving you the best of both popular approaches.

This talk will walk through a real-world OX application and show not only how it can be built but how it can grow and expand.

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