[dancer-users] Template creation

Andrew Solomon andrew at geekuni.com
Tue Aug 4 07:49:45 BST 2015

Hi Richard

Don't get too bogged down in HTML. I'm sure it will take you less than an
hour to learn the essentials of HTML reading something like this

On the other hand, CSS and Javascript are a considerable learning curve and
writing it yourself from scratch is an ordeal because it involves a lot of
testing to make sure it works in all browsers.

If you're just trying to learn how Dancer works as a framework, go ahead
with copying and modifying the templates that are there. If you're putting
together a site for use in production, I'd recommend downloading a
Bootstrap ( http://getbootstrap.com/ ) template from a site like
http://startbootstrap.com/ or https://wrapbootstrap.com/ then copy and
modify them to use as Template Toolkit (http://www.template-toolkit.org/)

Does that answer your question?


On Tue, Aug 4, 2015 at 1:32 AM, Richard Reina <gatorreina at gmail.com> wrote:

> Been trying to teach myself dancer over the last
> several days and have begun to grasp the basics of
> creating a very simple CRUD. However, I am beginning
> to realize that I need to know HTML. Would to best plance
> for some who does not know html be to simply copy
> index.tt, edit it to create templates? Or is
> there a better easier way?
> Thanks
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Andrew Solomon

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