[Catalyst] [ANNOUNCE] Handel 0.18 Now Available
remarbach at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 23 20:24:20 CEST 2005
Will this run under Win2000? Will it work with Modperl
1 and/or Modperl 2?
--- "Christopher H. Laco" <claco at chrislaco.com> wrote:
> Somewhat offtopic, but people have shown interest in
> using it in
> Catalyst. And yes, I'm working on a Catalyst demo
> site for it too. :-)
> After long hours of toiling, the programming gnomes
> in my basement are
> proud to announce the availability of Handel 0.18.
> This is the first
> release to be considered feature complete with full
> cart, order, and
> checkout support for AxKit, Template-Toolkit in
> addition to consumption
> within perl.
> Handel-0.18.tar.gz has been uploaded to CPAN and
> should be available at
> a mirror nearest you shortly.
> Handel - Simple commerce framework with
> AxKit/TT2 support
> Handel is a quick and not-so-dirty ecommerce
> framework with AxKit
> taglib support and TT2 (Template Toolkit)
> support. It was started
> for the conversion of an IIS/ASP based
> commerce site to
> Apache/ModPerl, but I decided that is might
> be useful to others so
> here it is on CPAN.
> For the curious, Handel is German for
> MAILING LIST
> Join the mailing list at
> Big thanks to gabb@#catalyst for the list
> Database agnostic. Thanks to Class::DBI and
> staying away from auto
> incrementing ids, Handel should run in any
> database that Class::DBI
> Implementation agnostic. Handel should be
> able to be used from the
> command line, from a web page, from a SOAP
> service, or from a GUI
> application. It's simply a data access
> mechanism. Any interaction
> with forms, web pages, browser, cookies, etc
> is the responsibility
> of the consumer
> Checkout agnostic. A checkout process means
> different things to
> different people in different situations. The
> Handel checkout
> pipeline by itself does absolutely nothing
> with an order. It is
> instead a plugin manager that allows you to
> specifiy and build
> plugins to do various actions (payment
> autorization, address
> validation, fax delivery, etc).
> Each site, server, page, even process() call
> can have it's own
> unique order processing pipeline.
> Easy integration into AxKit using taglibs.
> Easy integration into TT2 using plugins.
> WHAT HANDEL IS
> Simple cart and order record maintenance.
> Plugin based checkout pipeline processing
> WHAT HANDEL ISN'T
> Intershop, Cart32, WebGUI, CMS, complete web
> commerce package(1).
> Handel is a simple framework to load/upload
> cart/order data and
> shove that data through a plugin based
> (1) While it is not a complete web based
> commerce system, I do plan
> on having feature complete working demos
> sites so people can still
> quick-start their own projects.
> Add/Update/Delete/Save/Restore Cart Contents
> Add/Update/Delete Order Contents
> Plugin based checkout pipeline to process
> Full AxKit XSP Taglib Support
> Template Toolkit 2 Plugin Support
> Currency Conversion
> Currency Formatting
> Basic Localization Support
> Multiple Database Support
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