[Dancer-users] Questions for Perl Survey

damien krotkine dkrotkine at gmail.com
Wed Dec 29 10:30:58 CET 2010

Maybe something about POE or other eventloop system, which have a collection
of net oriented wheels, components etc, which can be considered as web

Also you can ask what type of web application it is : website or pure web
application, and which paradigm it uses (REST, SOAP, XML/RPC or traditional
Ah and also, if that's for their job, or if it's for fun / community.

just my 2 euros.

On 29 December 2010 10:24, Gabor Szabo <szabgab at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I am preparing a survey of the Perl Ecosystem to be run in the
> beginning of 2011.
> The survey will build on the questions of the TPF survey from the
> beginning of the
> year but I'd like to extend it to understand more issues.
> Specifically I'd like to figure out how many people are using web
> development frameworks,
> which ones they use and what they think about them?
> So far I have one simple question:
> What frameworks do you use for web application development?
> Answers:
>  - I don't develop web applications
>  - plain old CGI
>  - CGI::Applications / Titanium
>  - Dancer
>  - Mojolicious
>  - Catalyst
> I wonder what other values do you think I should add and what other
> questions should I ask?
> It would be especially interesting to try to figure out what people
> outside of the Perl community
> think about the various Perl frameworks compared to other frameworks
> they might know
> but I have no idea how to ask that.
> Your input would be appreciated.
> regards
>   Gabor
> --
> Gabor Szabo                     http://szabgab.com/
> Perl Ecosystem Group       http://perl-ecosystem.org/
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