I’m reading now a book by Dan Brown, author of “DaVinci code”, titled “Lost symbol”. It is mostly about masons. And it quite resemble the previous books by this author. Anyway, it is riveting.
This seemingly off-topic introduction leads to the on-topic perl thing: the mason. It is a “High-performance, dynamic web site authoring system” and “solves the common problems of site development: caching, debugging, templating, maintaining development and production sites, and more.” and “you can embed Perl code in your HTML and construct pages from shared, reusable components.”. Well, sound nice. How it looks? Like this:
(there was something wrong here. I removed it 🙂 )
Sadly, the FAQ on the official page seems to be neglected and is spammed by merchants of medications made to make your weenie harder. On the other hand, newest version is 1.44 form Jan 4, 2010 – so it is still developed.
Assuming that I would like to learn something new, like “something big, modern, to easy make web applications – with templates, cache, scalability, quick development” should I dive into mason, or better look for something else?
So, I have question, asking YOU for an insight about this like:
– mason is cool, and at least better to do the same by your own from scratch
– forget it, it is so 1990’s, learn catalyst instead
– forget mason and catalyst, learn PHP symphony (- no problem for me, I know PHP – more or less 🙂 )
– ruby on rails is the real thing (no, I will not learn ruby – at least now 🙂 )
– the best is framework …. (something not mentioned above)
Please write your opinion below. Thank you.
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