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.
2018.04.09 in #350
Dancer2 0.206000_01 trial version released
2018.04.10 in #351
Dancer2 0.206000_02 Trial Released
2018.04.20 in #352
Dancer2 0.206000 released, addresses potential security issues
2018.05.23 in #357
New Dancer trial version released
Check the changes and test the new version with your application. You do have tests for your application, don't you?
2018.10.08 in #377
2018.10.11 in #377
2018 Dancer Advent Calendar
Do you want to write an article for the advent calendar? Tell us your Dancer success stories, all about a plugin you authored, how your migration from D1 to D2 went... the sky is the limit.
2018.10.19 in #378
New session storage backend added for Dancer2 as a part of distribution Dancer2::Session::CHI. If you are currently using CHI in your Dancer2 applications, this will let you use CHI as your backing datastore for storage data. Please see the pod for details.
2018.10.24 in #379
New Dancer::Plugin::reCAPTCHA released
2018.11.14 in #382
Dancer2 0.207000 released
Jason announced the release of Dancer2 with lots of bug fixes, enhancements and documentations. If you use Dancer2 in your work project then you must read this blog to get the complete change history.
2018.11.15 in #382
Inaugural Charlotte Perl Mongers meet & greet
Jason Chrome invites all Perl developer in the Charlotte, NC to the first social event for the Charlotte Perl Mongers.
2018.12.14 in #386
It's the Twelve Days of Dancer!
Jason came up with mini-advent calendar this year. There are already fun stuff out there. Check it out yourself here
2019.06.19 in #413
Dancer2 0.208000 released
2019.08.05 in #419
Dancer2 0.208001 Released
2019.12.14 in #438
After a long gap, Dancer2 released with bug fix, enhancement and documentation fix by Jason A. Crome.
2019.12.24 in #440
Dancer2 0.300000 released
Jason announced the latest release of Dancer2.
2020.04.06 in #455
Dancer2 0.300001 Released
This maintenance release brings brings a revamped tutorial, fixing of a YAML-related regression, repair of an encoding bug, and a slew of documentation fixes.
2020.05.26 in #462
Call for Grant Proposals (May 2020 Round)
2020.05.27 in #462
Dancer2 0.300004 Released
Jason shared latest Dancer2 release fixed bugs related to cookies etc.
2020.07.24 in #470
Call for Grant Proposals (July 2020 Round)
Do you have any proposal that could benefit Perl or Raku then do send in your proposal.
2020.09.24 in #479
Call for Grant Proposals (September 2020 Round)
The Grants Committee is accepting grant proposals all the time. We evaluate them every two months and another round is starting. The application deadline for this round is 23:59 October 1st 2020, UTC.
2020.09.24 in #479
Grant Proposal: General Perl OpenAPI Validator / Interpreter
Create a standalone implementation of OpenAPI 3.0 to facilitate parsing, creating, and validating OpenAPI specifications.
2020.10.16 in #482
Grant Cancellation: Improve Perl 6 Networking Support
2020.10.18 in #482
Grants: September 2020 Votes
2020.12.13 in #490
The Twelve Days of Dancer, 2020 Edition
Jason announced the Advent Calendar 2020 for Dancer2.
2020.12.20 in #491
The Twelve Days of Dancer
2021.01.26 in #497
Dancer2 0.300005 Released
A bunch of small new features, enhancements, and bug fixes. The announcement even mentions my little contribution, setting up GitHub Actions for Continuous Integration.
2021.03.15 in #504
Dancer2 0.301000 Released
Happy to see my favourite distribution is being looked after with love.
2021.04.18 in #508
Dancer2 0.301002 Released
Jason shared the changes that the latest release of Dancer2 brought.
2021.06.03 in #515
Dancer2 0.301003 Released
2021.06.06 in #515
Dancer2 0.301004 Released
2021.10.25 in #536
Call for Grants: November 2021 Round
2021.10.25 in #536
Grant Proposal: Optimizations building upon the new Raku dispatch mechanism
2021.10.25 in #536
Final Report: Raku Dispatch and Compiler Improvements Grant Update
2021.11.16 in #539
Grants: November 2021 Votes
2021.12.29 in #545
Draft: Dancer2 Deprecation Policy
See the open issue.
2022.03.14 in #555
Dancer2 0.400000 Released
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