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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I read up about what an MVC is at Perl Catalyst's site. It was a fairly good read but the code was not to impressive. Basically you come up with a default home page, make a method or subroutine that runs codes before any header prints, then your 2nt method/subroutine determines what location to send the user. If any none die errors or no location is requested it defaults to the default home page.
    • by masak (6289) on 2009.06.02 6:24 (#68911) Homepage Journal

      Oh, I'm familiar with the concept MVC. Basically, it's just a standardized subdivision of concerns within an application. It's a bit more general than web apps, and has its roots in Smalltalk and early GUIs.

      What I need to read up on is the actual MVC frameworks out there: Catalyst, Rails, Jifty... I'll probably do this by downloading them and trying them out, writing the same application over and over in each of them. I think it'll be interesting.