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Re: Is Perl the right language for a large web application?

by Pizentios (Scribe)
on Apr 19, 2013 at 13:34 UTC ( #1029516=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Is Perl the right language for a large web application?

Try http://www.mojolicio.us/ It's great! I find development in Mojolicious fast and easy for many different aspects of webdevelopment.
-Pizentios
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Re^2: Is Perl the right language for a large web application?
by ryanc (Monk) on Apr 19, 2013 at 17:47 UTC
    I'll second this, Mojolicious IS great. I'm currently working on a web app and went with it and have been very happy with my decision.

    As mentioned above in another reply, Dancer too is pretty similar. The main difference between Mojolicious and Dancer is that Mojo has no dependencies on anything from the CPAN (opting to implement everything internally) while Dancer is a bit smaller and uses things from the CPAN.

    Both are smaller than Catalyst.

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[ambrus]: As for TeX, I'm not trying to discourage anyone from writing carefully beautifully typeset documents, in maths or outside. But most people aren't willing to do that, and will spend only little time about the formatting,
[ambrus]: and try to leave everything else to automated systems without checking how what they write came out format-wise, and for those people, discounting the part about journals with a specific format above,
[ambrus]: just blindly recommending to use LaTeX is a bad idea now.

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