Re: [tablix-list] About a new user interface

From: Les Richardson <lesREMOVE@THIScelery.richtech.ca>
Date: Mon Apr 02 2007 - 05:58:14 CEST

I also would agree with the 'keep it simple' idea.

Could someone come up with a design overview (ie. basic requirements,
etc.)

Les Richardson
Open Admin for Schools

On Sun, 1 Apr 2007, teoh wrote:

> I would suggest to simplify it without using any framework. Just create
> jsp and system call to the tablix binary file to execute it.
>
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> Les Richardson <les@celery.richtech.ca> wrote:
> Hi Tomaz,
>
>> I have looked into BackupPC and it looks nice but I don't think we
>> should follow that example. It looks pretty much like a classical CGI
>> application, for example mixing HTML code with Perl.
>
> I don't use any kind of framework... Open Admin is a simple application
> using only some LaTeX templates with a metadata table controlling editing
> functions, etc.
>
> I would build a scheduling component in the same fashion to integrate with
> OA and to also provide stand alone functionality to Tablix.
>
>
> Les R.
>
>
>> I think it would be better to use one of the frameworks. There are a
>> couple of them available for Perl. Catalyst
>> (http://www.catalystframework.org) for example supports a lot of
>> different operating systems and looks like it's quite easy to use.
>> There's also CGI::Application. However I have no experience with either
>> of them.
>>
>> Do you use any of these for Open Admin?
>>
>> Best regards
>> Tomaz
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