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1 parent 7aed9ac commit b7d2a23cc8ae56175a0ecd535ee3324ed012bde0 Zbigniew Lukasiak committed Nov 15, 2010
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@@ -71,7 +71,8 @@ <h2>Controllers in request scope</h2>
and even Moose - the slowest OO framework tested there could create 13459
objects, a few of such operations should not make much difference for web
applications. By the way I also tested these theoretical estimations with more
-down to earth ab benchmarks for a trivial application serving just one page -
+down to earth <a href="">ab</a>
+benchmarks for a trivial application serving just one page -
WebNano came out as the fastest, by a wide margin, framework tested.
@@ -101,9 +102,9 @@ <h2>Decoupling</h2>
CPAN library. In WebNano I decided to follow the usual advice and decouple
these two distinct parts of the application into separate code units - or
rather to limit WebNano to web part and let the programmer use whatever she
-wishes for the initialization part. I've heard that <a
+wishes for the initialization part. I was told that <a
href="">Bread::Board</a> is a very
-sophisticated tool for that, for my more simple experiments <a
+sophisticated tool for that. For my more simple experiments <a
was very convenient.
@@ -159,7 +160,7 @@ <h2>Experiments with inheritance and overriding</h2>
I think with this type of inheritance it would be more
natural to publish applications to CPAN, because they could be operational
-without any installation. The user could run them directly from @INC and only
+without any installation. A user could run them directly from @INC and only
later override the configuration or templates as needed.

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