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Re: HTML as GUI for Perl program

by davido (Archbishop)
on Jan 04, 2013 at 22:49 UTC ( #1011733=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to HTML as GUI for Perl program

It's a whole lot easier if you relax the "no server" requirement. Maybe easier than you suppose. You could build the application's business logic, thinly wrap it in a Mojolicious::Lite interface, and use Mojolicious's built-in server to serve it on any port of your choosing. Don't open the port to the outside world at your firewall, and restrict (using a route bridge, or "under" in Mojolicious::Lite) the client's IP to just the local machine if outside access is of concern.

Done right, at the command line you would type, "./ daemon" to start it up on port 3000, for example.


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