[dancer-users] Template creation
gatorreina at gmail.com
Tue Aug 4 14:46:30 BST 2015
Thanks for your reply. I will check out bootstrap as soon I learn a little
more about creating a CRUD with dancer.
Again, thank you for answering.
2015-08-04 1:49 GMT-05:00 Andrew Solomon <andrew at geekuni.com>:
> 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
> 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>
>> 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?
>> dancer-users mailing list
>> dancer-users at dancer.pm
> Andrew Solomon
> Mentor at Geekuni http://geekuni.com/
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