[dancer-users] Why learn Dancer?
andrew at illywhacker.net
Thu Jul 3 15:40:29 BST 2014
I've read this and I still don't really know what a micro web framework is
but my gut feeling is simply that for a micro framework, a large
portion of functionality is acquired via plugins.
Can you clarify the definition?
On Thu, Jul 3, 2014 at 12:45 AM, John Ingram <john at rotogrinders.com> wrote:
> While this is interesting, comparing Dancer with anything more than a
> micro-framework is not really accurate.
> On Ruby, that's Sinatra, for one. Python has Bottle and Flask, perhaps
> others. But to compare Dancer with either Django or Rails is something
> that I don't quite understand.
> The fact that Dancer is a micro-framework, and not a full framework, is why
> I love it. I love Rose::DB::Object as n ORM, and Template Toolkit as a view
> layer. What I was missing was Dancer. Now I have what I need.
> On Wed, Jul 2, 2014 at 6:12 PM, fabioniguel3 at gmail.com
> <fabioniguel3 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Thanks for that Andrew.
>> On Thu, Jul 3, 2014 at 12:02 AM, Andrew Solomon <andrew at illywhacker.net>
>>> I've been conducting a series of interviews of my students to
>>> understand the motivation for learning Perl. This one I thought would
>>> be of particular interest to the Dancer community as I've asked an
>>> established Perl developer with a broad background in other languages
>>> and technologies why he learnt Dancer
>>> Hope you find it interesting!
>>> dancer-users mailing list
>>> dancer-users at dancer.pm
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