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Re^3: What can bring the excitement back to Perl?

by stvn (Monsignor)
on Mar 25, 2008 at 17:15 UTC ( #676168=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: What can bring the excitement back to Perl?
in thread What can bring the excitement back to Perl?

And my intuition is that this is because the integration of nice CSS and HTML templates with code libraries makes Rails a real breakthrough for individual programmers who can create nice looking sites without hiring web designers.

I may very well be ignorant, but I didn't realize that Rails came with a web-design-in-a-box like that. Last I looked, the skeleton code is pretty decent, but far from "designed". In the end though, if you want to create a professional product, you will have to hire a web designer, and that is something that the Rubyists do seem to get more than any other language community.

I think that while this is a good point, some of the new CSS "frameworks" like Blueprint, YUI Grid and more might make it a moot point. Also I have seen a trend in JS frameworks (in particular with JQuery which we use at work) to make it "look nice by default".

-stvn


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