[Chicago-talk] Dreamweaver perl and mysql
jeremy at marzhillstudios.com
Wed Jul 29 15:13:53 PDT 2015
Catalyst gives you a lot power out of the box and helps you to follow some
patterns that will keep you from having problems later on.
If you want simpler then you can just go with vanilla CGI scripts. But
either way this isn't going to be easy
Wow just took a look at catalyst. Seems easier to just stick with
Dreamweaver and access my MySQL tables with php -- if you are saying I
can't do so with perl.
2015-07-29 12:52 GMT-05:00 Alan Mead <amead2 at alanmead.org>:
> You'll need to learn enough HTML to transform your Dreamweaver output
> files into templates. There are many ways to do this but you probably want
> a framework like Mojolicious or Catalyst. I see that the Catalyst tutorial
> includes the kind of website you want to build (as "CRUD"):
> I'm also sure you could do this using Mojolicious. But, again, you're SOL
> unless you're willing to learn how to work with these technologies.
> On 7/29/2015 11:55 AM, Richard Reina wrote:
> I do not know HTML. I have created a website with dreamweaver that
> mostly just looks pretty and and jumps to different pages on a site. I have
> also written a database app with perl->MySQL that users on a small LAN can
> use to enter and query data. However, it is displayed on linux consoles
> using rudimentary menu apps based on curses. I would like to create a
> website that would allow users to enter and query data from MySQL databases
> and carry out functions such as updating users via email when changes are
> made. Since I don't know HTML or Apache can I just use dreamweaver and
> somehow enter perl code to talk to MySQL? Or is there a better and easier
> way for me to go about this?
> Thanks for any ideas.
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