[dancer-users] Trapping parameters from a dynamic list of checkboxes.

Richard Reina gatorreina at gmail.com
Fri Aug 28 15:11:45 BST 2015

Hi John,

Under an insane deadline right now but would be happy to do a write up in
the future. Please send me a note with instructions on where to send it.

2015-08-28 9:06 GMT-05:00 John Stoffel <john at stoffel.org>:

> >>>>> "Richard" == Richard Reina <gatorreina at gmail.com> writes:
> Richard> Thank you all for the very sage replies. This was all so very
> Richard> instructive that I put the derefrencing syntax in the
> Richard> comments of my code in case I need in the future.
> It would be great if you could write up your experience and document
> what you learned, as a tutorial for future learners of this
> framework.
> Personally, I'm interested in building apps to search databases (read
> only) and present the results in a nice manner, with paging and good
> performance.  My latest search form is really nice, because it's quite
> short.
> But the integration with a nice CSS framework (like bootstrap which I
> keep looking at...) and some core Javascript is the stumbling block.
> While I love and know perl well, I'm starting to think that doing ALL
> the work in one language makes more sense.
> So learning node.js for both the front end and backend drops
> complexity.  But Javascript is ugly to my eyes... just like I'm sure
> Perl is ugly to Javascript guys.  My age is showing.  Heh.
> In any case, my core comment is that having a documented and basic
> example application with lots of stuff already done is a great
> resource and way to get people upto speed using Dancer to make great
> apps.
> John
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