SPUG: Django equivalent for Perl?
schuh at farmdale.com
Tue Oct 11 09:38:17 PDT 2011
Last week I asked:
>At my current day job the house language is the-other-one-that-starts-
>with-P-but-isn't-Perl and lately I have begun to learn Django. ...
>Nearly all of my non-day jobs use Perl, and a few of them could make good
>use of a Django-like tool. Are any of using (or have used) such a
>Perl-based (or at least Perl-friendly) framework and what were your
>experiences with it? Recommendations? Suggestions?
My thanks to Kevin (who offered an enhancement to Gantry/Bigtop), Ingy (who
suggested a productive phrase to ask Google that, oddly, I hadn't tried -
the results pointed to Catalyst), Yitzchak (Dancer), Colin (who contrasted
the dependencies of Catalyst and Dancer), and Ryan (who endorsed
Mojolicious). Thank you all.
SPUG is a wonderful resource, made so by its knowledgeable and generous
Mike Schuh, Seattle USA
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