What would be nice is if someone wrote a simple application in all of those frameworks, so that we could compare them in the works. How about working out here the basic functionality list and then sending it to the authors of those packages to implement?
Here is my proposal:
- register user
- browse records from some database table (with paging)
- modification of a selected record
- creation of a new record
- select multiple records for deletion
All with proper locking etc.
By the way there is another one: Gestinanna (not much info in the core package - but you can look at StateMachine::Gestinanna), jsmith journal entry.
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