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I am lobbying for the exclusive use of Catalyst as the development tool
of choice, and therefore Perl as the preferred language in our small
software company. Having researched Catalyst and having gone through
every tutorial I can get my hands on, I have a basic understanding of
the Catalyst framework. The Catalyst::Manual::About references 'several
systems built on top of Catalyst that can get you very close to a
working app.'. Though I understand and subscribe to the same views
expressed in this document regarding what Catalyst is and what it isn't,
I am in need of something more if I am to be successful in my efforts.
Suggestions?

TIA
Steve

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  • Roderick A. Anderson at Aug 25, 2009 at 3:51 pm

    Steve wrote:
    I am lobbying for the exclusive use of Catalyst as the development tool
    of choice, and therefore Perl as the preferred language in our small
    software company. Having researched Catalyst and having gone through
    every tutorial I can get my hands on, I have a basic understanding of
    the Catalyst framework. The Catalyst::Manual::About references 'several
    systems built on top of Catalyst that can get you very close to a
    working app.'. Though I understand and subscribe to the same views
    expressed in this document regarding what Catalyst is and what it isn't,
    I am in need of something more if I am to be successful in my efforts.
    Suggestions?
    I'll say one thing -- CPAN -- but it implies much more than the modules
    you find there. You need to include those that make Perl ... Perl, a
    list far too long to list and you'd still many people and companies.

    And the icing on the cake? Perl runs on every OS (I can think of.)


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    Rod
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    TIA
    Steve

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  • Steve at Aug 25, 2009 at 4:03 pm
    To be more specific, something like AutoCRUD, mixed in with some CSS
    would be a huge plus, as the UI is the biggest obstacle. Business
    logic, database design are strengths. In the past we have used a
    PHP-based product called ATK which comes with 'themes'. I'm looking for
    something similar, but using Catalyst.

    Steve
    Roderick A. Anderson wrote:
    Steve wrote:
    I am lobbying for the exclusive use of Catalyst as the development
    tool of choice, and therefore Perl as the preferred language in our
    small software company. Having researched Catalyst and having gone
    through every tutorial I can get my hands on, I have a basic
    understanding of the Catalyst framework. The Catalyst::Manual::About
    references 'several systems built on top of Catalyst that can get you
    very close to a working app.'. Though I understand and subscribe to
    the same views expressed in this document regarding what Catalyst is
    and what it isn't, I am in need of something more if I am to be
    successful in my efforts. Suggestions?
    I'll say one thing -- CPAN -- but it implies much more than the
    modules you find there. You need to include those that make Perl ...
    Perl, a list far too long to list and you'd still many people and
    companies.

    And the icing on the cake? Perl runs on every OS (I can think of.)


    \\||/
    Rod

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