[sf-perl] All these Perl web frameworks

yary not.com at gmail.com
Wed Aug 1 10:54:21 PDT 2012

Just got an off-list comment, so thought I should follow up that I did
a web-search and found some good answers via perlmonks at
http://www.perlmonks.org/?node_id=900844 corroborated by
http://code.google.com/p/catz/wiki/FrameworkComparison and this
"directors cut" announcement for Poet

All can get the job done, differentiation is on how much it leans on
CPAN vs. bundled all-in-one, how much it creates a domain-specific
language vs. uses perl, a few bells and whistles...

Most of the web work I've done was MVC, eg a perl (or python) file
containing a sub that was tied to a template html-ish file, pretty
much one-to-one. I'm interested by Poet/Mason method of being
pragmatic and putting the code & template in a single file. Alas as I
stated in the first email, I doubt I'll get round tuit!

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