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From André Warnier (tomcat) ...@ice-sa.com>
Subject Re: MP framework
Date Wed, 02 Aug 2017 10:21:16 GMT
On 02.08.2017 11:49, 风河 wrote:
> We actually use both dancer and modperl. but dancer works separately, it
> doesn't require modperl installed.
> So I was asking if there is a framework for modperl which behaves as
> something like dancer.

This is a bit vague as a question, for anyone to provide an answer.
What actual problem are you trying to solve ?
or : What is the problem with your current solution / (separate) tools, which makes you 
try to find another one ?


>
>
> On Wed, Aug 2, 2017, at 05:42 PM, André Warnier (tomcat) wrote:
>> On 02.08.2017 11:19, 风河 wrote:
>>> Hi
>>>
>>> currently we were developing the methods mostly as handlers.
>>> is there a new popular framework for full stack development of modperl?
>>>
>> Yes, many. See here :
>> http://lmgtfy.com/?q=perl+web+development+frameworks
>>
>> We (still) use Template::Toolkit, which many people would consider a bit
>> old and not
>> really "in fashion". But it works, and is simple to learn and use.
>> Other frameworks can be said to be more modern, more elegant, more
>> fashionable, etc..
>> But in my opinion, the more elegant and abstract a framework is, the
>> longer it takes to
>> really dominate it, the more difficult it is to figure out what really
>> happens when you
>> have a problem, and the less you are really "in control".
>> So the choice is yours, depending on
>> - where you are coming from
>> - where you want to go
>> - what kind of problems you have to solve
>> - how deep you still need to go into controlling what Apache does
>> - etc..
>> There is no "one size fits all", and it is very easy to get into endless
>> on-line
>> discussions about which is "the best".
>> (Including with people who say that they are looking for "a framework",
>> but really mean "a
>> CMS system").
>>
>>


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