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Re: Plack Middleware aXML

by Logicus
on Oct 18, 2011 at 23:30 UTC ( #932257=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Plack Middleware aXML

Lalala... you can thumb it down all you like, I am so elated with what I have built here that your disdain no longer looks like the wise judgement of people who know better than me, but now appears as the narrow petty vindictive jealousy of a closed mind who knows no better. Seriously.

When it's ready for release and people start to realise what I have achieved, you my dear detractors, are going to look like such utter fools you will probably be the joke of the Perl world for years to come.

I told you the truth... I described the nature of your mistake, and the mindless group think which compounded it... but you didn't listen... not my fault or problem!!

Lesser men would of been turned away by your vile attitude, but not me, no... now as I stand here, having reached this plateau of sheer coding ecstasy, my thoughts are not of hoarding my accomplishment to myself like a bitter little closed source coder, but of sharing the code and the love with all of you. You probably won't get or want it for a good while yet, but in the fullness of time you will no longer be able to deny that I have taken this game to the next level.

Massive thanks, and my undying gratitude go out to Miagawa, Corion and Chromatic.


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Re^2: Plack Middleware aXML
by anneli (Pilgrim) on Oct 19, 2011 at 00:06 UTC

    .. looking forward to seeing the goods; talk the talk, walk the walk, you know how it goes.

      Yup, yup, the proof of the pudding is in the eating as they say, and a demo version is going to be available very soon! After that I will have to get down to the boring task of documentation and commenting the code ready for submitting it to CPAN and then it belongs to everyone to do with as they wish, no strings, no licences, just ridiculously fast and powerful code which even the most spaghetti brained ameture coder can leverage to build powerful and well structured apps in.

      I couldn't of done this without standing on the shoulders of giants like Larry and Miagawa.

      If anyone wants to start getting their system ready for it, I suggest starting by installing Task::Plack from CPAN and reading up a little on it by searching for the "Plack Advent Calendar" to familiarise themselves with how Plack/PSGI & Plackup etc works. aXML now sits on top of that system, and a working understanding of it will be useful in the early stages until aXML is 100% ready and available to install from CPAN. (the first early demo will come in zip format with some install instructions and a sample basic catalogue and shopping cart app.)

        If you've documented your path to learning Plack, an article or meditation might be very useful for other people who have yet to start to adopt it.


        Improve your skills with Modern Perl: the free book.

        If you've cooked the pudding for yourself, then yes, the proof is in the eating. If you've cooked it for others, then the proof is in the selling. You've failed to sell even the idea of a pudding.

        So it's possible you've learned to cook ... at least so that you yourself like what you cooked ... now comes the (for you apparently much harder) problem of learning to advertise and sell.

        Jenda
        Enoch was right!
        Enjoy the last years of Rome.

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