On 02.08.2017 11:19, ?? wrote: > Hi
> currently we were developing the methods mostly as handlers.
> is there a new popular framework for full stack development of modperl?
Yes, many. See here : http://lmgtfy.com/?q=perl+web+development+frameworks
We (still) use Template::Toolkit, which many people would consider a bit old and not
really "in fashion". But it works, and is simple to learn and use.
Other frameworks can be said to be more modern, more elegant, more fashionable, etc..
But in my opinion, the more elegant and abstract a framework is, the longer it takes to
really dominate it, the more difficult it is to figure out what really happens when you
have a problem, and the less you are really "in control".
So the choice is yours, depending on
- where you are coming from
- where you want to go
- what kind of problems you have to solve
- how deep you still need to go into controlling what Apache does
There is no "one size fits all", and it is very easy to get into endless on-line
discussions about which is "the best".
(Including with people who say that they are looking for "a framework", but really mean "a