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Advice Choosing a Templating Systemby ghettofinger (Monk)
|on Mar 01, 2005 at 23:24 UTC||Need Help??|
ghettofinger has asked for the
wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
Wise and knowing monks,
I am really just starting to figure out what makes a good web page, and some things that save an incredible amount of time when making a site, such as templating systems. I guess I should say that I know enough to know that I need one. I have been using server side includes for headers and footers but I think that I am ready to take this to the next level by using a specialized templating system.
I have looked around and I found the article Choosing a Templating System which is pretty hot, but I thought I might ask a couple of questions.
Do any of you think that one templating system makes more sense or is easier to comprehend? Maybe it just comes down to how well it is documented. Also I am looking for session management. Do any of these frameworks incorperate this kind of functionality?
I appreciate any links, book titles or words of advice you may have.
Many thanks to all,