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CGI and System Administrationby pileofrogs (Priest)
|on Apr 04, 2008 at 17:18 UTC||Need Help??|
pileofrogs has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
Yesteday my boss told me I'm in charge of web accounts for faculty and staff at the school where I work. No problem sez I, but they ain't talking to me on the @#$% phone. They're filling out a web form.
Oh, yeah, I'm in linux here.
I really don't want to spend any more time coding HTML or predictable CGI code than I have to. I'd like to use a good framework with MVC or other nifty acronyms. Something approaching Ruby on Rails but doesn't a) take 15 minutes to load and b) doesn't freak out if your noun is the same in plural as singular (If you've played with Ruby on Rails, you know what I'm talking about...). Of course, I want to do any coding in perl. Hence me positing here on perlmonks... instead of across the street at visualbasicnuns or wherever those poor unfortunates go to seek solace.
So! Actual question! What's the state of the art as far as perl based web development frameworks? Catalyst? Mason? TT? Other?