2015.10.23 in #222
Dancer2 module updates now on CPAN
Jason is the latest addition to the Core Dancer Crew, and he's already getting to work.
2016.07.22 in #261
Dancer 2 0.201000 Released
A new version of Dancer2 has been released, David Golden has stepped down from the core team, and Peter Mottram has joined the core team.
2016.08 in #266
Dancer2 0.203000 improves session security, fixes decoding bugs
2016.08.13 in #264
Dancer 0.202000 Releases
Dancer 0.202000 allows plugins to call DSL (even of other plugins!) and fixes unicode support for parameter methods.
2016.08.23 in #266
CMOS #1: Jason Crome on Perl Dancer 2
Perl Dancer is one of the modern Perl web frameworks. Jason talks about the project and how it is used.
2016.09.04 in #267
Dancer2 0.203001 improves speed of apps, fixes missing dependency
There's a new release of Dancer2.
2016.10.11 in #273
A new table release of Dancer, the main features of which are improved configuration handling, and improved static content caching.
2016.12.21 in #283
Dancer2 0.204002 is now available, fixes public_dir option, adds plugin convenience
2016.12.24 in #283
Contributing to Dancer
Do you want to contribute to Dancer? If yes, then you should definitely read this post.
2017.01.25 in #288
There's a new release of Dancer 2, which fixes an issue with unlisted dependencies, and also improves error handling.
2017.03.10 in #294
Dancer2 0.205000 improves application speed, deprecates request->dispatch_path
The new release is on CPAN featuring changes by a number of new contributors.
2017.07.11 in #312
Dancer2 0.205001 improves documentation and internals
New Dancer2 release!
2017.10.01 in #323
Dancer Survey 2017
It is actully only 5-10 min. Unless you want to write an essay.
2017.10.09 in #325
Dancer 2017 Survey: Update
Jason gives an update on the Dancer 2017 Survey, and encourages you to contribute, if you haven't already.
2017.10.17 in #326
Dancer2 0.205002 released; survey update
See the list of change in the article and follow this link to the Dancer Survey.
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