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Announcing Titanium, a strong, lightweight web framework based on CGI::Application

by markjugg (Curate)
on Aug 09, 2008 at 17:28 UTC ( #703291=perlnews: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

The first developer release of Titanium has now been uploaded to CPAN.

Titanium is a next generation web framework based on CGI::Application. Titanium is designed to provide the underlying strength and flexibility of the CGI::Application framework, while being more user-friendly to deploy and develop with.

To this end, several useful plugins for CGI::Application are bundled by default with CGI::Application and are documented directly in Titanium.

Several practices are specifically recommended and documented, such as using URI dispatching, while details for alternative and advanced functionality for CGI::Application are not included here. Those advanced docs remain available in CGI::Application.

Several useful development and testing tools are installed along with Titanium as well. Here's the full list modules that come with it:

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[erix]: ha, the tick and, as it happens, also the curator (now a professor of Paleont.)
[1nickt]: s/there/their/, ugh sorry.
[Your Mother]: Heh. The only one I ever had on me, I caught on my shin, headed north.
erix looks nervously I got away cleanly from my run , it seems :)
1nickt doesn;t remember there being ticks in the old country ...
erix too fast for ticks!
[erix]: 'the old country' is where?
[erix]: that means britain for americans, is that right?
[perldigious]: We need to get more high tech about pest defense to prevent tick and mosquito problems. :-)
[erix]: perldigious or develop thicker skin

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