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Re^2: Lightweight Perl CMS

by Anonymous Monk
on Jan 18, 2013 at 08:32 UTC ( #1013981=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Lightweight Perl CMS
in thread Lightweight Perl CMS

Some monks here use it? it is stable and secure?

I've never heard of it or used it :) Same goes for these things and

App::Office::CMS - A Canny, Microlight and Simple CMS

If you know anything about the authors or the frameworks, read the reviews (even self-reviews in docs), take a look at bug cue (open/resolved/rejected), you can guess at the stability/security :)

now dhoss* and ron.savage* do know they way around code , but their stuff isn't super popular, so I would use it and it should be reasonably secure


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Re^3: Lightweight Perl CMS
by Discipulus (Priest) on Jan 18, 2013 at 10:30 UTC
    thanks again anonymous..
    I never started to use heavly a webframework nor a CMS (obviosly Perl ones) for lack of affordable information. And the related fear to find myself, 5 years after, with a mess of buggy code that is hard or impossible to maintain..

    I do not stay all the day on the net to search news or test on tis subjects (is a limit.. maybe) and Perlmonks is the only online communty where i lurk.

    So when some wise monk state that something is reliable i go there and i pick up.

    I have not found this for web develop so i never started with some and i still remain with my CGI

    I think that web develop is still a battlefield where Perl can win but there is not a solid stone on which build that house, like was with CGI.pm in the past.

    I hope in the future(sometimes)..

    thanks again for starting tips about Perl web dev judgement.

    there are no rules, there are no thumbs..

      I think that web develop is still a battlefield where Perl can win but there is not a solid stone on which build that house, like was with CGI.pm in the past.

      Sure there is, Plack, Plack, Plack, Plack, Plack,

      mojolicious, dancer, dancer2, cgi-application, catalyst, squatting, all run on plack

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