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Masonite 1.3

Masonite 1.3 comes with a plethora of improvements over previous versioning. This version brings new features such as Queue and Mail drivers as well as various bug fixes.

Previously when a you tried to redirect using the Request.redirect() method, Masonite would sometimes send the browser to an infinite redirection. This was because masonite was not resetting the redirection attributes of the Request class.

Previously the content length in the request header was not being set correctly which led to the gunicorn server showing a warning that the content length did not match the content of the output.

Previously the Request class simply got the input data on both POST and GET requests by converting the wsgi.input WSGI parameter into a string and parsing. All POST input data is now retrieved using FieldStorage which adds support for also getting files from multipart/formdata requests.

You may now simply upload images to both disk and Amazon S3 storage right out of the box. With the new UploadProvider service provider you can simply do something like:
<html>
<body>
<form action="/upload" method="POST" enctype="multipart/formdata">
<input type="file" name="file">
</form>
</body>
</html>
def show(self, Upload):
Upload.store(Request.input('file'))
As well as support for Amazon S3 by setting the DRIVER to s3.

These helper functions are added functions to the builtin Python functions which can be used by simply calling them as usual:
def show(self):
return view('welcome')
Notice how we never imported anything from the module or Service Container. See the Helper Functions documentation for a more exhaustive list

Very often you will want to have a single variable accessible in all of your views, such as the Request object or other class. We can use the new View class for this and put it in it's own service provider:
def boot(self, View, Request):
View.share({'request': Request})

You can now specify anything that is in the container in your middleware constructor and it will be resolved automatically from the container

Specify the subdomain you want to target with your route. It's common to want to have separate routes for your public site and multi-tenant sites. This will now look something like:
Get().domain('test').route('/dashboard', '[email protected]')
Which will target test.example.com/dashboard and not example.com/dashboard. Read more about subdomains in the Routing documentation.

By default, masonite will look for routes in the app/http/controllers namespace but you can change this for individual routes:
Get().module('thirdpary.routes').route('/dashboard', '[email protected]')
This will look for the controller in the thirdparty.routes module.

Masonite now ships with a QueueManager class which can be used to build queue drivers. Masonite ships with an async driver which sends jobs to a background thread. These queues can process Jobs which ca be created with the new craft job command. See the Queues and Jobs documentation for more information.
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Introduction
Fixed infinite redirection
Fixed browser content length
Changed how request input data is retrieved
Added Upload drivers
Added several helper functions
Added a way to have global template variables
Middleware is now resolved by the container
Added new domain method to the Get and Post classes
Added new module method to Get and Post routes
Added Queues and Jobs