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So why I decided to switch to Plack and build my own web framework?
Posted at 09:48 AM | Permalink
Catalyst::Runtime 5.89 trial release is on CPAN. It eliminates Catalyst::Engine::* namespaces (with backward compatible wrappers) and Catalyst's HTTP handling engine is now completely based on PSGI.
You're strongly suggested to test your application with this new trial release and let developers know if something breaks or doesn't work as expected.
This will soon make my Catalyst::Engine::PSGI obsolete and one of the missions of this PSGI project gets completed :)
Posted at 12:25 PM | Permalink
I’ve been using Catalyst on top of Plack for a while now (with the aid of Catalyst::Engine::PSGI) and have gotten around to some nifty things with it. So here is my app.psgi for inspiration:
Posted at 11:54 AM | Permalink
Plack is Perl superglue for web frameworks and web servers. Plack sits between your code (whether you use a web framework or not) and the web server.