Lots of devs like Dancer2. I am not one of them. :P My expertise is Catalyst but itís a terrible thing to recommend to someone just starting out and Iím using it less frequently all the time. Mojolicious::Lite is super easy to jump into. As far as FastCGI, I would recommend against it, pretty strongly. It has no benefit over other application persistence layers, far, far fewer features, and depending on deployment, it has some drawbacks; like requiring a webserver restart to pick up new code, or making forking impossible/tricky. I only use uWSGI when I have the ability to choose for myself. I am using Catalyst over FCGI and a custom app server + CGI.pm at work but not by choice. I also strongly recommend nginx over apache at this point in the game.
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