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Re: [Artanis] accept POST in "application" mode

From: Nala Ginrut
Subject: Re: [Artanis] accept POST in "application" mode
Date: Wed, 05 Sep 2018 16:06:37 +0800
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Hi Julio!

Julio Claudio Matus Ramirez writes:

> Hello.
> I'm using artanis in "application mode" (with art work, not running from
> a script-like single file, I think you call that "script mode").
> I see from the documentation that to accept data from POST requests, in
> script mode, you have to define a router with the method "post" for the path
> in question.
> I can't find in the documentation how to make that for an application made
> with "art".
> Can you tell me how to define a path (controller/view) in which I can
> use POST data?

I think you mean that you can't define a POST controller by the
controller define helper function. For this purpose, you should use
(get "/your_prefer_url" handler)

To be clarified, use (http-method "/your_prefer_url" handler) is not
"script mode" only, it could appear in "application mode" (yes, MVC).
The controller is defined as GET in default.

> P.S.
> I see there's a ".route" file in the application dir that might be
> related, but I tried changing it and it gets overwritten. It'd be nice
> to have documented its purpose too. If you tell me I'll add it to the
> manuals.

The route module is still suspended since I've always been blocking by
other higher priority tasks, file descriptors leaking, more efficient URL 
remapping, websocket, etc...

For now, you may just simply ignore the .route file.
If you just want to handle RESTful APIs, the advanced route mapping is 
unecessary for
simple cases.

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