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- Code Smarter by japhy
- 7 Stages of a Regex User by japhy
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- My tech website
- This is the home of my various technical excursions
- My personal website
- Like Jekyll and Hyde, here's my other side
- Preserving the data munging paradigm for HTML with HTML::Seamstress
- You like objects for your model, objects for your controller... so your view?
- Higher Order Templating with HTML::Seamstress
- HTML::Seamstress - The strongest separation index for HTML Templating
never point the finger at tt
- HTML Template Entanglement - undisciplined usage of tt
- headache after headache after headache - minilanguage features galore to learn. no thank you.
- this does not look like fun to me... all those headaches for recursive display.
- nice job you just split your business logic between Perl and a 'presentation language'
cut n paste
I have to say this a lot, so I put it here for easy cut n paste:
You might consider separating your business logic from your presentation code a bit more. You are doing things with Template that probably should be done in Perl. The paper Enforcing Strict Model-View Separation in Template Engines by Terence Parr is a good start. Then continue with the push-style templating node and my HTML template entanglement survey.
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