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Thu Jul 8 17:09:51 PDT 2010
I recommend jQuery. I've done a fair bit in YUI too and while it's very powerful, it's also very heavyweight and toolkit-y and therefore unlikely to make a Perl hacker happy.
One tip: if you're using jQuery *do* use the compatibility mode, in which your jQuery magic-chain-function is called $j and not just $ - that will save you tons of debugging headache and prevent non-jQuery JS developers from hating you.
One other: if the primary UI component happens to be a dynamic sortable table, YUI might be worth it after all, because their data table implementation is really really good.
Oh and another: if you need charts, check out Flot.
On Jul 08, 2010, at 09:07 AM, Fred Moyer <fred at redhotpenguin.com> wrote:
toolkits for their Perl based web applications.
JQuery? MooTools? YUI?
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