All it did was irritate me
How? Did it make your eyes water? Your scalp itch? A burning sensation in an area not discussed amongst mixed company?
Look, I'm not much into promoting or even believing in any
silver bullet theories but I must say CGI::Application has been
a boon to my development. As another poster stated, it started
me thinking about my webapps as state machines and that
has been a good thing. Maybe your apps don't need that, if
you have a simple CGI that does one thing only - then probably
not. But once you get into a multi-step, multi-form, webapp,
CGI::Application is definetly a plus.
If you have the time or inclination, please write up what irritated
you. Give us examples of how your approach is better ... are you
sure it wasn't the small learing curve for CGI::Application that just got in the way of you delivering the product.
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