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Re^5: tt2 with perl cgi and a csv file

by stiller (Friar)
on Mar 28, 2008 at 05:24 UTC ( #676910=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^4: tt2 with perl cgi and a csv file
in thread tt2 with perl cgi and a csv file

Catalyst is very flexible. It defaults to using tt2 for a template system, but it will let you use others.

Also it will let you move your data into any database system, or you can keep them in the csv-file. If you keep it in the csv-file you will still interface it as a database, using DBD::CSV. SQLite is often used while developing because it's lightweight and convenient, and the catalyst examples tend to use it. You can use any old database you want to.

The Catalyst book and online examples will show you how to get your project done with very litle code, and with very much flexibility for further work.

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Re^6: tt2 with perl cgi and a csv file
by Gokee2 (Acolyte) on Mar 28, 2008 at 06:41 UTC
    Ok,
    after reading "about" I am starting in on the "Intro". I just hope I get through enough to make something work soon.

    The book is only 4 months old! I will have to think about getting a copy. Thanks!

    P.S. Sorry about all the odd formatting I noticed how this little box took html and got a little too excited.

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