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Hi friend, Mojo::JSON is core mojo and provides an encode_json , so
#!/usr/bin/perl -- use Mojolicious::Lite; use Mojo::JSON qw/ /; get '/' => sub { my $c = shift; my @array = ( 'hi', [ qw/ ro sham bo /], 'bye', ); $c->stash( vars => \@array ); $c->render( template => 'hello', format => 'html' ); }; app->start; __DATA__ @@ hello.html.ep <script> var headname = <%== Mojo::JSON::encode_json( $vars ) %>; alert( headname[0] ); </script> __END__ no more templates no more books this is how you run it and what you ge +t $ perl get / [Wed Aug 26 16:55:06 2015] [debug] Your secret passphrase needs to be +changed [Wed Aug 26 16:55:06 2015] [debug] GET "/" [Wed Aug 26 16:55:06 2015] [debug] Routing to a callback [Wed Aug 26 16:55:06 2015] [debug] Rendering template "hello.html.ep" +from DATA section [Wed Aug 26 16:55:06 2015] [debug] 200 OK (0.004393s, 227.635/s) <script> var headname = ["hi",["ro","sham","bo"],"bye"]; alert( headname[0] ); </script>

In reply to Re^2: Loop function in Javascript fails when combined with perl array ( Mojo::JSON ) by Anonymous Monk
in thread Loop function in Javascript fails when combined with perl array by ash1351

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