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Commented on Writing Non-Blocking Applications with Mojolicious: Part 1
To me, Mojolicious and Dancer look very similar on the surface. The introduction tutorials for both have almost identical syntax. Is non-blocking one advantage that Mojolicious has over Dancer?...
Joel Berger commented on
Writing Non-Blocking Applications with Mojolicious: Part 1
Yes most of the frameworks have a similar syntax, even in other language to some extent. Non-blocking is a feature that Mojolicious provides and (to my knowledge) no other framework does (at least not built-in and well integrated).
Mojolicious also has lots of additional built-in functionality that others pull from external modules. While some have called this anti-cpan (which I think is silly, Mojolicious is on cpan), this allows for these functionalities to be well integrated in Mojolicious. See my Mojolicious Introduction…
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