elegant Model-View-Controller Web Application Framework
DescriptionCatalyst is an elegant web application framework, extremely flexible yet very simple. It's similar to Ruby on Rails, Spring (Java) and Maypole, upon which it was originally based. Catalyst follows the Model-View-Controller (MVC) design pattern, allowing you to easily separate concerns, like content, presentation, and flow control, into separate modules. This separation allows you to modify code that handles one concern without affecting code that handles the others. Catalyst promotes the re-use of existing Perl modules that already handle common web application concerns well. This package only contains the Catalyst::Runtime module. If you want to develop your own web applications install libcatalyst-modules-perl as well.
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