[dancer-users] Using Dancer2 as a website framework

Celogeek San me at celogeek.com
Tue Sep 3 15:44:09 BST 2013

Use other language for the frontend may have some advantage. The first I
see, is that you can have more developer available in other language to
maintain the frontend.

It's easier to find PHP Zend developer than Perl Web developer. Also true
for python.

2013/9/3 gvim <gvimrc at gmail.com>

> On 23/08/2013 11:21, Greg Kempe wrote:
>  We're exploring two options:
>>    1. use Dancer to build the entire website
>>    2. use Dancer to power a thin REST API around the library and use
>> another
>> framework (eg. in Python) to build the rich website experience.
> I don't quite understand how Python or Ruby is any better suited to
> creating a "rich website experience" than Perl. Front end is HTML, CSS and
> Javascript if you're using a REST API so using more than one server-side
> languaged doesn't make much sense to me.
> gvim
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