[sf-perl] auto-generated web app?

Dan Dascalescu ddascalescu at gmail.com
Fri May 27 14:01:46 PDT 2011

Check out Catalyst::Example::InstantCRUDStylish ?

You create the database, then it extracts relationships and creates the
scaffold app.


On Wed, May 25, 2011 at 23:55, Michael Friedman <
friedman at highwire.stanford.edu> wrote:

> After the demo of dotCloud yesterday, I decided that I want to try out a
> database-driven webapp. Nothing special, just a couple of tables and a
> relationship or two.
> Here's the rub: I don't have hardly any free time to work on this. (If I
> can get the app working in under 4 hours, that'd be about right.) So I'm
> looking for something that will let me define the table structure and then
> will automatically take care of:
> - routes/URLs
> - CRUD
> - webpage generation
> - display templates
> so that I can then focus on adding features to an existing, working,
> database view and update site.
> I have looked at a lot of web frameworks today. I found one that looks like
> it can do what I want: Catalyst::Plugin::AutoCRUD.
> http://search.cpan.org/~oliver/Catalyst-Plugin-AutoCRUD-1.110731/lib/Catalyst/Plugin/AutoCRUD.pm
> However, I'm sure TIMTOWTDI.
> Does anyone else know of or have experience with this kind of
> auto-generated database-backed site? The more it can do for me, the better,
> as far as I'm concerned.
> Thanks for any and all advice!
> -- Mike
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