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TeeJay (2309)

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Wednesday November 01, 2006
10:46 AM

More Maypole progress - DFV and C3

[ #31474 ]

For the past few weeks I've been working with Maypole from SVN with C3, and Data::FormValidator.

Using D::FV for form and object validation is sweet, and makes working with forms a whole lot easier.

I should be able to release 2.12 within a couple of weeks, which is nice as interest in the MVC Framework has been picking up recently and I've been using it on quite a few projects and really getting results.

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  • Every time I read about Catalyst it is pretty much billed the "new and improved" Maypole. So what is Maypole in comparison to Maypole?
    • Maypole is the new and improved Maypole - Catalyst is something entirely different that happens to have a few people who've used or worked on maypole develop it.

      They are both MVC frameworks, they both use perl but beyond that there isn't much similarity.
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      @JAPH = qw(Hacker Perl Another Just);
      print reverse @JAPH;