Dear fellow monks,
after a few years of not doing much web work, I am thinking of working on a new website. I guess (and hope) things have changed in the Perl web scene over the last few years, so I'd like to ask for suggestions which frameworks I should have a look at to implement this new site.
The features I'd like to have are:
- SQL abstraction
- Multi-language support (e.g. via templates)
- Support for basic mechanisms like user sign-up, sessions
- AJAX abstraction
It would be a plus if the system would run (albeit slowly) under CGI as well, which would enable me to prototype it on my current host first without having to find a mod_perl server.
Thanks for your help!
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