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From the review which I wrote for CGI::Application on this site here ...

Why use CGI::Application?

The CGI::Application module implements this object-orientated framework within which to build your application by creating a super-class within which specific 'run-modes' can be defined. Each run-mode can be correlated to a particular stage of the HTML/CGI user interface. Furthermore, the CGI::Application module implements methods to address the CGI.pm and HTML::Template modules, facilitating powerful methods by which to build extensible and portable web applications - It is obvious that the module author, Jesse Erlbaum (jesse at vm dot com), has put a lot of work into the development and writing of this module.

This module allows you to do away with ugly code through the combination of CGI.pm, HTML::Template and methods provided by CGI::Application to implement persistent variables across execution states.

Additionally, and most importantly, by providing a framework in which CGI parameter parsing, template handling and session storage can be seamlessly incorporated, CGI::Application allows developers to focus on business logic rather than framework implementation details.

 

perl -le "print unpack'N', pack'B32', '00000000000000000000001010101010'"


In reply to Re: Why CGI::Application? by rob_au
in thread Why CGI::Application? by sdbarker

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