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Re: When I change my own node considerably, what's then?

by Aristotle (Chancellor)
on Jun 14, 2002 at 09:33 UTC ( #174442=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to When I change my own node considerably, what's then?

Why is your fixation with how the site may be abusable anyway? Are you suffering from paranoia? Your other posts have been questions like whether the gods could find out who you are, personality voting angst and more along those lines.

Well, on the other hand since we know who you are and have been discussing how to torture you in the secret place, you damn well better be paranoid. *evil grin*

Makeshifts last the longest.

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[Corion]: Meh. I think I have now the parts down that I want from a simple Javascript frontend for single-page- applications with a aPerl backend. But it seems that all Javascript templating modules either don't support two-way binding (which would be nice) or ...
[Corion]: ... don't support server-side precompilation (which means the client has to compile all templates to Javascript themselves), or are giant frameworks that expect to do everything (which is not what I want)
[Corion]: I feel that there is a talk somewhere in there, either about the structure and parts, or how I used several parts to get a complete whole.
[Corion]: Maybe I can still find something that is compatible with handlebars.js (which has JS precompilation) but allows for two-way data binding (which is great for the UI)

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