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Good Lawd Catalyst, please.

I'll spend the hour or so taking the time to install, configure my environment, and make sure everything is working. Takes much less time to create a robust web app with, and what I DON'T need Catalyst for I use CGI::Application (which ends up being ported to Catalyst anyway :-) )

Makes for an easy way to get FastCGI going, have nice looking URLs, and build and build and build and build to your heart's desire. Not to mention it makes ACLs SUPER easy and your code is much more consistent (or at least as the chance to be more consistent).



In reply to Re: When building web apps, I: by stonecolddevin
in thread When building web apps, I: by mattk

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