I did my application with SOAP, and love it!
You can design your modules to interact with SOAP and without!
I made some modules to make some actions and added wrappers Client and Server.Client interact with server (add login, available test, autenticate on new() and logout on DESTROY)
Server make the call to my module.
On development time you test your modules with a single script, if now you don't need SOAP, it's ok! At future when needs to implement SOAP lowest changes are needs...
* You don't really need login/test/auth, but I think it's good for security.
**SOAP::Lite design permit you to use remote modules similar local modules (with some restrictions, see doc for autodispatch)
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