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|+=head0 Introducing Plack|
|+Plack is superglue for the modern Perl web.|
|+Glue is easy. With enough glue you can stick almost anything together. It|
|+doesn't have to be art. You just have to smear enough adhesive on two surfaces|
|+and smash them together long enough for them to dry.|
|+In that sense, Plack is I<better> than superglue. Plack is a toolkit for web|
|+developers. Plack provides a series of interfaces for web developers. Plack|
|+offers a standard way for doing the very common (and a few uncommon) things|
|+that every web application does.|
|+When you use Plack, you write less code. You have more options. You take|
|+advantage of new possibilities. You spend your time and resources doing what's|
|+important to your application--not doing the same thing over and over again,|
|+but creating new things.|
|+Plack is superglue, yes. More than that, it's a way of arranging your code to|
|+take advantage of how the web really works. You're probably only minutes away|
|+from being able to use it.|
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|+=head1 The PSGI Pattern|