Describing classes with Ernst

Describing classes with Ernst

By Jonathan Rockway (‎jrockway‎) from NY.pm
Date: Friday, 15 August 2008 10:40
Duration: 30 minutes
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Tags: ernst metadescription moose


Ernst is a framework for describing Moose classes. In this talk, I'll show you what class descriptions are and how to use them to make building applications easier. We'll see how Ernst allows you to write a single class that can render itself as a web form (or REST-accessable object) and act as a DBIC row object, all without writing any code. We'll also see how to write Ernst interpreters, that adapt Ernst-described classes to your specific needs.


Attended by: Paul-Christophe Varoutas, Thomas Klausner (‎domm‎), Michael Kröll (‎pepl‎), Stéphane Payrard (‎cognominal‎), Salve J. Nilsen (‎sjn‎), Leo Lapworth (‎Ranguard‎), Lars Thegler (‎tagg‎), Dagfinn Ilmari Mannsåker (‎ilmari‎), Anton Berezin (‎Grrrr‎), Erwan Lemonnier (‎R1‎), Christian Borup (‎borup‎), Jesse Vincent, Søren Lund (‎slu‎), Flavio Poletti (‎polettix‎), Lars Balker (‎lb‎), Martin Schipany (‎ElCondor‎), Tobias Henoeckl (‎hoeni‎), Andreas Hetey, Jörg Plate (‎Patterner‎), Kaare Rasmussen, Søren Døygaard, Peter Makholm (‎brother‎), Francoise Dehinbo (‎franky‎), David Jack Wange Olrik (‎davidolrik‎), allan juul, Matija Grabnar (‎matija‎), Edmund von der Burg (‎evdb‎), Jozef Kutej (‎jozef‎), Yusuke Kawasaki (‎kawanet‎), Cecilie Fritzvold, Imran Chaudhry (‎icjs‎), Stefan Hanski, Troels Liebe Bentsen (‎tlbdk‎), Stan Sawa, Jason Tang (‎jason‎), Mårten Svantesson, Darius Jokilehto, Christian Westgaard (‎ComLock‎), Adam Sjøgren (‎asjo‎), Jason Armstrong, Mads Gudmand-Høyer, Nicholas Oxhøj (‎noxhoej‎), Roel de Cock,