An older article, but which I’ve used before, and just re-found tonight. Help optimize your Perl code by finding where the bottlenecks are.
Catalyst is a MVC framework for Perl web application development. It’s similar in concept to Ruby on Rails (for Ruby) and Apache Struts (for Java). It’s been on my TODO list for nearly a year. I’ve started using it this week and am very impressed.
Here’s a good introductory article on what Catalyst is and an example application (using Ajax! so sexy!).
Other useful Catalyst links:
- Advent calendar (those wacky herlpackers!)
- example projects
- mailing list
- mail list archive
- londom pm tutorial
I call it “cattle-lust” just for fun. There’s a certain mad cow in every web developer.
Fridays I try and surf a little to see what I’ve been missing the rest of the week. Seems I’ve been missing Google’s project page for more than a week…