Disclaimer: this review is preliminary.and will be extended
once I will get the hang of that much needed module.
I don't know other HList CGI support. so this module is
At first look the API is very clean. Keep It Simple.
flame bait: KIS is too rare in
the Perl world that delights too often on uneeded diversity and complexity, opening the road to languages
that suffer the oposite shortcoming: lacking versatility.
But I immediately ran into a major disappointment, the bundled
demo was easily installed but failed to perform correctly
on browsers other than Internet Explorer. CGI::explorer due to the use of proprietary tags.
The module author is aware of it and will fix that.
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