yes, we've had this discussion on here before. You have a REST-ish style
where you take a POST of data and then redirect to the same url with a
GET to display the results of the post if successful.
I get along just fine in CGI::Prototype with object-oriented dispatch
instead of the redirect style.
The worst things about CGI::Prototype are:
1 - the docs: they dont motivate why he chose prototype based objects.
he speaks of it a bit in IRC channels, but has not written any articles
or anything showing how prototype objects provide advantages over
class-based ones in web-dev. And when I ask him to do so, I get
responses like this: http://perlmonks.org/?node_id=802257
2 - he wont allow a Moose-based update of CGIP into the distribution,
because Moose is class-based by default. I spent a good amount of time
writing such an upgrade
<http://github.com/metaperl/perl-module-cgi-prototype> and then found
out he wouldnt accept it. I really dont feel like creating a separate
distribution when the central controller of both is so similar.