Die-hard CGI guy - yes, that's it. But, after suffering the indignity of having my example called "a really old school URL", I'm thinking it's time to join the 2010's.
I've been reading about Dancer today. What's not clear to me is - it's a module you download from CPAN an install, but it sounds like a server, for example "listening" on a port. The intro slides on the Dancer website offer this seemingly oxymoronic explanation: "A Dancer script is a webserver."
Script or webserver?
Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana.
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