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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Have you tried MooTools [mootools.net] ? I've seen some pretty nifty GUIs developed on it, and it seems pretty compact.

    For a more professional solution (wo/ nasty Flash-ness), you might look into TIBCO GI [tibco.com], tho it has some of the same bloatware issues as ExtJS

    I agree Dojo's docs to date have been appallingly bad...but now there are several print books on it (I haven't read any yet, but its on my TO DO list).

    And I also agree YUI is probably the most accessible of all, probably because the website has really nice examples to play with. I hope Yahoo's current troubles don't lead to YUI's demise. A couple others you might try out:

    Conspicuously absent from your list: Prototype [prototypejs.org]/Scriptaculous [aculo.us] ? Plus there's a GWT-ish Perl library for it: IWL [cpan.org]

    • No response from the MooTools link.

      Exit MooTools.

      ThinWire: I abstain from Java, and am only looking for Javascript stuff. Now, in the ThinWire FAQ I see
      'Thinwire is not designed to use custom JavaScript code elsewhere'. Oh. (By 'elsewhere' I assume they mean 'anywhere').

      Exit ThinWire.

      Now: QooXDoo.

      Yes, this is more suited to my way of thinking, and a demo like this (go in, I'm afraid, via Documentation/Getting started/Snippets/Demo browser):
      http://demo.qooxdoo.org/current/demobrowser/#widget~TabView.html [qooxdoo.org]
      give