in reply to HTML::Mason module review

As far as I know, Mason still requires mod_perl to work.

In contrast, HTML::Embperl offers similar functionality yet can work in any of offline, CGI, or mod_perl modes.

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Re: Re: HTML::Mason
by TGI (Parson) on Jun 11, 2002 at 06:00 UTC

    Mason can also run with FastCGI or for stand-alone operation. Most people use it with mod_perl, though.

    Version 1.10 will offer improved support for FastCGI and SpeedyCGI. The current dev version is 1.09_01 beta.

    TGI says moo

Re: Re: HTML::Mason
by merlyn (Sage) on Mar 03, 2001 at 02:22 UTC
      Template actually has 2 web app frameworks built on it: Open Interact and Iajutsu.

      But you can see my home node (princepawn) and see that there are many frameworks for Perl, but no objective evaluation of them all... AgentM has had good success with CGI::Application.

      I personally am impressed with BingoX because all you have to do is create the database and it can generate the content entry tables for you. I dont think it's database interface BingoX::Carbon is as nice as DBIx::Recordset, but it's a nice application-level API.

      Would evaluating all these web app frameworks be a useful topic for a book? Would it sell?

        Question: which of the app frameworks on your home node page comes closest in design to "Fusebox"? I rad through several of their POD pages but wasn't able to determine a similar "fuse" framework.