[dancer-users] Dancer vs Mojolicous

igor.bujna at post.cz igor.bujna at post.cz
Sat Mar 16 14:40:31 GMT 2013

I try both(catalyst too). For me is Dancer winner. You can look on http://
www.maxi-tip.cz , nicer, easy for use, modular, DSL, plugins.
I have discussion  with guy which has only prefer Mojo*. I look on Mojo and 
it looks similar. For me Mojo is OO philosophy and everything is installed 
in Mojo(such as JSON, etc...). I only try to find arguments why use Dancer 
instead Mojo. Is hypnotoad server better than plackup(with starman). How can
look benchmark between Mojo and Dancer.

---------- Původní zpráva ----------
Od: David Precious <davidp at preshweb.co.uk>
Datum: 15. 3. 2013
Předmět: Re: [dancer-users] Dancer vs Mojolicous

"On Fri, 15 Mar 2013 17:34:37 +0100 (CET)
<igor.bujna at post.cz> wrote:

> i don't want to start flame, but only ask when I make any project,
> why do I should choose Dancer instead Mojo*.

You should choose whichever has the features you require, or whichever
you feel more comfortable with. As most web frameworks have similar
features, that latter point is likely to be far more important.

My advice: give both a try, whichever you get a better feeling with, go
with it.

I originally found Dancer as an interested user, and it was the first
framework that I didn't feel was getting in my way and forcing me to
code the framework's way, but rather seemed to work with me - I
realised with that feeling that I'd found the framework for me.

Try both (and any others, Catalyst etc) until you get that same
feeling, and then you have your answer. Nobody can tell you which
framework is the best fit for you but you yourself.

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