- A quick introduction to get your feet wet.
- How to set up Mason in a web environment and a non-web environment.
- All about components, the building blocks of Mason.
- A full reference of syntax that can be used in components.
- How request paths get mapped to page components.
- Recipes for common Mason tasks.
- Frequently asked questions.
- Using and creating filters that can be applied to portions of content in a component.
- Using and creating plugins to modify Mason behavior.
- Summary of differences between Mason 1 and Mason 2.
- Mason::Interp is the central Mason object, returned from "Mason->new". It is responsible for creating new requests, compiling components, and maintaining the cache of loaded components.
- Mason::Request represents a single request for a page, and is the access point for most Mason features not provided by syntactic tags.
- Mason::Component is the base class from which all generated component classes inherit, directly or indirectly.
AUTHORJonathan Swartz <[email protected]>
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSEThis software is copyright (c) 2012 by Jonathan Swartz.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.