[Catalyst] Is Catalyst large enough to sustain a book?

Matt S Trout dbix-class at trout.me.uk
Sat Apr 29 19:43:07 CEST 2006

Scott Karns wrote:
> Matt S Trout wrote:
>> Having used Javascript in-and-of-itself and become rather fond of the way the 
>> language works, I'd say dojo twists it the least - the topic on #dojo was "not 
>> trying to be anything but javascript" for quite a while and I personally agree 
>> with them.
> OK, I'll accept that as I'm no expert in this arena, but what do you do
> to make for a better user experience better when it comes to page load
> times when using the dojo library? Custom build the Javascript modules
> needed from the dojo distribution to meet your exact specifications? If
> so, I need to get over my refusal to install *java* just so I can do
> that. (or am I missing something about that process?)

I can live with having ant on the build server. Eventually it may annoy me 
enough to produce a make+perl solution, but it hasn't yet.

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