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I am following the webcasts and really enjoying them. However, I have hit a point of frustration. When I run the code that is presented in episode 3 (unless my eyes deceive me, it is exactly as presented in the video), I do not get the same results. When the presenter enters the wrong username and password, he gets "denied," while the correct username and password yeilds "Welcome to Momcorp!" For me, no matter what I enter with the code below, I get "Welcome to Momcorp!" Am I missing something here?
#!/usr/bin/env perl use Mojolicious::Lite; # Helpers = in app extensions helper auth => sub { my $self = shift; return 1 if $self->param('username') eq 'bender' and $self->param('password') eq 'rodriguez'; }; get '/login' => sub { shift->render('login') }; post '/momcorp' => sub { my $self = shift; $self->render(text => 'denied') if !$self->auth; $self->render(text => 'Welcome to Momcorp!'); }; post '/momcorp/carol' => sub { my $self=shift; $self->render(text => 'denied') if !$self->auth; $self->render(text => 'Welcome, Carol!'); }; app->start; __DATA__ @@ login.html.ep <h1>Login</h1> <form method="post" action="/momcorp"> Username: <input type="text" name="username" /> Password: <input type="text" name="password" /> <input type="submit" value="Log In" /> </form>

Version Information

CORE
  Perl        (v5.16.3, linux)
  Mojolicious (3.97, Rainbow)

OPTIONAL
  EV 4.0+               (not installed)
  IO::Socket::IP 0.16+  (not installed)
  IO::Socket::SSL 1.75+ (not installed)

This version is up to date, have fun!

Later in the video we modify the code to use under and tag helpers. Oddly, this code does work:
#!/usr/bin/env perl use Mojolicious::Lite; # Helpers = in app extensions helper auth => sub { my $self = shift; return 1 if $self->param('username') eq 'bender' and $self->param('password') eq 'rodriguez'; }; get '/login' => sub { shift->render('login') }; # Under: protects actions listed underneath the under # Modify behavior of any action under... # if returns true actions under can be matched # false, they are inaccessible # removes duplicate code :) under sub { my $self = shift; return 1 if $self->auth; $self->render(text => 'denied'); return; }; post '/momcorp' => sub { shift->render(text => 'Welcome to Momco +rp!') }; post '/momcorp/carol' => sub { shift->render(text => 'Welcome, Carol!' +) }; app->start; __DATA__ @@ login.html.ep %= t h1 => 'Login' %= form_for '/momcorp' => (method => 'post') => begin Username: <%= text_field 'username' %> Password: <%= text_field 'password' %> %= submit_button 'Log In' %= end

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