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on Oct 11, 2000 at 17:32 UTC ( #36219=user: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

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Enforce strict model-view separation in template engines via HTML::Seamstress The car is in the cdr, not the cdr in the car

HTML::Seamstress talk ideas

  1. Preserving the data munging paradigm for HTML with HTML::Seamstress
  2. You like objects for your model, objects for your controller... so your view?
  3. Higher Order Templating with HTML::Seamstress
  4. HTML::Seamstress - The strongest separation index for HTML Templating

never point the finger at tt

  1. HTML Template Entanglement - undisciplined usage of tt
  2. headache after headache after headache - minilanguage features galore to learn. no thank you.
  3. this does not look like fun to me... all those headaches for recursive display.
  4. nice job you just split your business logic between Perl and a 'presentation language'

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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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