Mason 2: Templating for the web and beyond
The SF Perl Mongers next meeting will be on Tuesday March 22nd, at 7pm. Jonathan Swartz will be introducing Mason 2.0.
Mason is a Perl-based templating framework for generating web pages and other dynamic content. Over the past decade it has been used to generate thousands of web sites large and small, including Amazon.com, Target.com, Salon.com and del.icio.us.
Version 2.0 of Mason was released last month, twelve years after its initial incarnation. It has been rearchitected and reimplemented from the ground up, to take advantage of modern Perl techniques (Moose, Plack/PSGI) and to add long-desired features and syntax.
Jonathan Swartz, the original author of both Mason 1 and 2, will present Mason 2's new architecture and improvements and show how it fits into the modern Perl web development universe.
For a summary of what's new, see
and for documentation and download, see
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