actually has 2 web app frameworks built on
it: Open Interact
But you can see my home node (princepawn)
and see that there are
many frameworks for Perl, but no objective evaluation of
them all... AgentM has had good success with
I personally am impressed with BingoX because all you have
to do is create the database and it can generate the
content entry tables for you. I dont think it's database
interface BingoX::Carbon is as nice as
DBIx::Recordset, but it's a nice application-level
Would evaluating all these web app frameworks
be a useful topic for a book? Would it sell?
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