Stefan Hornburg (Racke)
racke at linuxia.de
Thu Dec 13 09:38:24 UTC 2012
On 12/12/2012 09:54 PM, Busarow Dan wrote:
> On Dec 10, 2012, at 1:32 AM, Stefan Hornburg (Racke) <racke at linuxia.de> wrote:
>> On 12/05/2012 11:55 PM, Busarow Dan wrote:
>>> Just curious on the progress of IC6 and Dancer.
>>> I saw the Interchange Roadmap a while back and I looked into Dancer. I've since started using Dancer for all new database driven websites. I love it.
>> Hi Dan,
>> Yes, Dancer is indeed a great program. The Dancer community is growing rapidly and have been very supportive.
>> My first Dancer project was a simple Dropbox clone for a company in New York. Based on that experience
>> I decided to make the switch to Dancer with one of my bigger clients, The Bureau of International Information Programs (IIP)
>> in the Department of State. A front-end for online resources along side with an LDAP based backend for account management system
>> for some 40K plus users: https://elibraryusa.state.gov.
>> Another site now powered by Dancer is IIP's eCommerce site that was first setup using MiniVend/Interchange over 10 years ago.
>> In October 2011 a complete overhaul in design and using Dancer was launched: https://eshop.state.gov.
>> The shopping cart's related coding can be found on Github and CPAN (search for Nitesi).
> I've already looked at the Nitesi code. I think I could use it along with a handful of Business::XX modules to implement a Dancer store site.
Yeah, it is definitely planned to integrate the Business::XX modules with Nitesi.
> I have a bid out with an existing customer to redo their IC5 site using Dancer. I'll probably be hearing back on it in January or February.
Cool, if you need anything in Nitesi for that project please let me know.
>> The progress of IC 6 unfortunately slowed down, as I need to do a lot of IC5 related work these days.
>> There is a project coming for migrating an IC5 site to IC6 (frontend only) in the next quarter.
>> Any help with building up a demo for IC6 would be much appreciated.
> I'm willing to help.
> One big question I have regards deployment. I'm currently using plackup and Starman and using Apache as a proxy for the webapp.
> Apache is serving the static files (.css, .js etc..) directly. It works well but it is a little more involved than deploying IC :)
> May I ask what are you using.
I'm using Perlbal + plackup + Starman, although the more common choice is Nginx + plackup + Starman.
If you do want to stick to Apache, you may follow the recommendation of Matt Trout which is:
LinuXia Systems => http://www.linuxia.de/
Expert Interchange Consulting and System Administration
ICDEVGROUP => http://www.icdevgroup.org/
Interchange Development Team
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