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Re: There is probably just one way to do it

by ait (Hermit)
on Jan 04, 2011 at 20:51 UTC ( #880459=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to There is probably just one way to do it

Yeah well JS is probably your best bet, unless you want to rely on the use of binary plug-ins such as Flash, or develop in Java (ugh!).

Contrary to popular belief though, JS is actually a very powerful and fun language to work with, especially if you base your code on well designed "framework" libs such as prototype and JQuery, which take away the not-so fun parts of JS development.

Now if you really want to have fun, and combine the power of the Perl world with JS, may I suggest you look at Jemplate and use _that_ in combination with JQuery. And if you really, really, want to have fun, use Catalyst with the Jemplate plug-in.

Alejandro Imass

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