| April 2010 »
YAY "We are pleased to accept the following proposal for OSCON 2010.
Plack: State of the art Web framework superglue"
Posted at 02:02 PM | Permalink
Think Facebook, MySpace, Digg and Google Reader all use Perl, Plack and deploy their apps on all of those PSGI web servers. That's what's happening there!
Plack is huge in Japan.
Posted at 01:49 PM | Permalink
Hippie is a set of plack middleware designed to make it easier for implementing server-push and real-time bi-directional communication web, or "comet" that this is usually called.
clkao talks about his WebSocket, Comet and MXHR friendly Plack middleware Hippie, which is a great extract/steal out of Tatsumaki handlers :)
Posted at 01:47 PM | Permalink
Okay, so one of the things I’m interested in is running Plack on Windows. And Twiggy looks like the obvious choice for HTTP servers supporting PSGI – the benchmarks I looked at state it is the second most performant pure(ish)-perl option
Posted at 01:43 PM | Permalink