|| at Apr 13, 2006 at 2:56 pm
On 13 Apr 2006, at 15:16, Yuval Kogman wrote:
On Thu, Apr 13, 2006 at 11:02:01 -0400, Ryan wrote:
I currently use web forms for a lot for back-end apps so I'm making
template after template for the web forms. I read about the HTML
module and thought about using this but it almost seems like more
just to create a simple form. What are the benefits of this, any
opinions on this?
the declaration of the form and the validation of the form need only
be told the structure of the form once, together.
Same with TT - define the form once.
Furthermore, when you have validation errors you don't need to code
the TT loop to print them correctly, which is usually a royal pain
in the lower backside.
Again, using TT to define widgets, this only need be done once inside
Not arguing, just pointing out the possible.
I'm currently using HTML::Widget but struggling with styling.
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