On 04/19/2018 10:36 AM, Aaron Trevena wrote:
What's the "state of the art" these days for CMS & Blogging with
Catalyst (or just Perl and something else) - I'd prefer Catalyst as I
find it easy to work with and I'm pretty familiar with it.
Previously I've worked on a fork of denny's ShinyCMS project which is
nice enough, and added support for running multiple instances in a
single application, and now I have some nice code that allows
multi-tenant databases which can work nicely with catalyst
While I don't know any catalyst based full-fledged CMS, I think that's
worth investigating the work done on the RapidApp here
<http://www.rapidapp.info/>: I've successfully used the framework as a
stepping stone to manage simple data insertion/retrieval and more.
While the docs could be made more thorough, it is easy enough to build
an "admin" section for your front-end and start prototyping fast.
Also, the Rapi::Blog distro is well worth investigating to get a nice,
polished catalyst-based blogging platform!
Searchable archive: http://firstname.lastname@example.org/
Dev site: http://dev.catalyst.perl.org/