[Catalyst] Starting development
diment at gmail.com
Thu Apr 27 23:48:52 CEST 2006
I've only looked briefly at instantcrud, and haven't done anything excpet
write a nearly-fully functional build database script for Enzyme. They're
both fine for quick and dirty stuff. At the moment Enzyme is Class::DBI
only, and InstantCrud's templates could do with being cleaned up and placed
in the root directory for the application rather than in the
Experienced devs insist that rolling your own is straightforward and
preferable in many real world situations though.
On 28/04/06, Guillermo Roditi <groditi at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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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