Webdev: the times, they are a changin'
jayce at lug-nut.com
Mon Apr 16 20:50:52 MDT 2012
On Mon, Apr 16, 2012 at 8:40 PM, Tod Hansmann <plug.org at todandlorna.com> wrote:
> Perl: Well, I've been looking at this. It's still good, but it's still
> the old CGI model. There's progress with PSGI, but it's all very
> experimental, or if not considered such, doesn't work with Apache at all
> (or is just a veneer over CGI/FastCGI). mod_psgi is... less than
> mature. So I guess if I'm going back to CGI, I'm fine, but that's not
> "the modern way", is it? Maybe this is stable/mature for Perl? I've
> never been part of Perl culture, so I don't know.
wait, what? old CGI model?
This is Perl, there are more web frameworks than you can shake a stick
at. Ones that are truly perlish, others that are clones of whatever
flavor you like from any other language. And most all plug into
mod_perl if you want apache for the most powerful combination you can
get. nginex and others work as well.
Whether you want a modern kitchen sink tool like Catalyst, embedded
code like Mason, toolkits like CGI::Ex. There is a wide variety of
very mature options.
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