Apache2::PageKit::FAQ is a FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) for Apache2::PageKit.
Basic Information & Information Sources
1.1 What is Apache2::PageKit?
PageKit is an mod_perl based application framework that uses HTML::Template and XML to separate code, design, and content. Includes session management, authentication, form validation, co-branding, and a content management system.
Its goal is to solve all the common problems of web programming, and to make the creation and maintenance of dynamic web sites fast, easy and enjoyable.
1.2 Where can I get it from?
The Comprehensive Perl Archive Network.
Apache2::PageKit may be downloaded from CPAN via:
1.3 Apache2::PageKit uses XML, what is it?
XML (eXtensible Markup Language) is a way to store data and meta-data. The meta-data gives applications the ability to 'understand' the data and work with it in an intelligent fashion. For more information check the sites below:
1.4 Apache2::PageKit uses XSLT, what is it?
XSLT (eXtensible Stylesheet Language: Transformations)
XSLT is a language used to apply transformations to XML. This powerful tool helps seperate Content from the Presentation by changing the way the XML is presented to the end user. It can be used to reformat the XML into HTML, WML, XML, PDF, POD or any other template you come up with.
1.5 Is there a webpage with more information about Apache2::PageKit?
Yes, http://www.pagekit.org and http://sourceforge.net/projects/pagekit/
1.6 Is there a mailing list?
Yes, one for users and one for developers.
To subscribe look here:
1.7 Is there a mailling list archive?