[Catalyst] Starting development

Guillermo Roditi groditi at gmail.com
Thu Apr 27 20:03:02 CEST 2006

I was under the impression InstantCRUD was not a good choice frm the cat
website and was only beng mantained for compatibility purpouses.

I looked at Enzyme. i am still researching it though. I guess its hard
because I dont inherently understand DBIx and Class:SBI since I have never
had to use them. there is so many choices and such lack of CLEAR comparisson
that  I have a hard time picking one.

do you know of anywhere where there is come sort of comparison?

also, does CRUD stuff imply that it makes a view for you as well??

Like i said, I'm new to this sort of automated scaffolsing development so I
dont even know what to expect it to do for me and what I need to do myself.
It's so overwhelming at first being innundated with all these APIs and
buzzwords and paradigms and new ways to do old things.

On 4/27/06, Stephen Moore <sbmoore at arc.arizona.edu> wrote:
> On Thu, 2006-04-27 at 13:13 -0400, Guillermo Roditi wrote:
> > OK Here is the deal..
> >
> > I want to use catalyst.
> > I know perl, _very_ well.
> > I know how to THINK like a programmer
> > I know mysql in and out, php very very well, and i can work my way
> > around c and c++
> > I'venever had to use any CRUD ish framework just because most of the
> > stuff that I do doesnt benefit much from it. Until now.
> >
> > is there any howtos our there or tutorials other than the basic one on
> > CPAN and the outdates ones out on the web?
> >
> One catalyst newbie to another:  The thing that helped me the most in
> starting to learn catalyst (especially how to do CRUD) was looking at
> Catalyst::Enzyme and Catalyst::Example::InstantCRUD.  The source code
> for both was especially helpful.  I ended up going with a mix of the
> two, basically a modified version of Catalyst::Enzyme with
> DBIx::Class::Schema and HTML::Widget.  (If anyone is interested, I'd be
> willing to make the source avaliable.  It also has the has_many
> relationships on the view page.)
> -Stephen Moore
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