You have your list of choices. You can search for more, but the main point here is, choose what fits you best.
This may be common knowledge, but it's the absolute truth.
If Catalyst fits you, by all means, use it. I will condone it to no end, I will develop it as long as I'm able, and I will continue using it as long as my fingers are able to type. However, this doesn't mean that you *have* to use Catalyst. This doesn't even mean you have to use a perl framework. Some people are completely content with Ruby on Rails. I have my disagreements with it, but hey, if you can learn it inside out, and it matches your train of thought, God bless.
Try out a few, and see what really fits you. I've tried others, and found myself coming back to Catalyst each and every time. You'll be able to find the framework that's right for you in the dark, blindfolded.
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