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Session

Combust, The perl.org Web Framework
Ask Bjørn Hansen, Develooper.com
Robert Spier, Engineer, Google

Track: Perl
Date: Wednesday, July 28
Time: 2:35pm - 3:20pm
Location: Columbia

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We'll show you how to work with Combust, the web framework we use at perl.org for serving content and for new web applications. Combust is "Model-View-Controller" compliant, and includes a bunch of useful utility modules and objects, built to have documents stored in a Subversion repository, has automatic POD formatting, supports staging areas with branches and it is easy to install a local development version.

We'll show off the clever features and how they are implemented and talk about how it can be reused for other sites. If you want to contribute to the perl.org websites, you want to learn about Combust.



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