Sebastian Riedel has taken som initiative, and made us a couple of spanking new Catalyst videos, to show you how simple it is to do simple things (CRUD and AJAX) in Catalyst
Go to the link below to check them out:
00:39 < gabb>
will make stuff BOM encoded (which lets you identify stuff as unicode (of course this is vim
17:50 -!- smartperson [~varun@A17-203-12-99.apple.com] has joined #catalyst
17:50 <@draven> wow
17:50 <@draven> a smart person from apple
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17:52 < smartperson> I'm developing stuff for Apple in Catalyst, so I though I might as well hang out on the IRC channel
17:52 < jester_home> We have arrived!
So, jester and sri's article "30 lines of catalyst" is finally available on perl.com:
To complement it, we released Catalyst 5.23, which contains a few but crucial improvements. 1, the http daemon now properly handles HTTP/1.1 and 2, you can now have non-Catalyst modules living in your application namespace without Catalyst messing it up.
12:52 <@gabb> Awesome backlog. lathos makes maypole6, pugs, perl6, sri makes cat perl6 port, goth chicks, mojomojo patches, editor war, ruby bashing, rfc-compliance missing for uris, and so on...
12:54 <@mst> oh yes, and I added a couple extra links to http://catalyst.perl.org
With this, our platform support is probably wider than any other web framework out there.
Our beloved Christian Hansen has made it easy for you. Check out these ppds for Catalyst.
17:49 <@chansen> Win32 folks better appreciate this, or i'm going to kick some asses
So maybe you just better say thanks right here, eh?
Catalyst 5.2 is out. This release doesn't change anything radical, so don't worry. However, it's got lots and lots of small improvements that will make your day as a Catalyst developer easier. For example, support for destdir in the installer, deep recursion detection in the dispatcher, *full* support for modperl2, a new speedycgi engine, and other goodie.
Check out the release announcement here: