Easily generate and process stateful forms
The goal of CGI::FormBuilder (FormBuilder) is to provide an easy
way for you to generate and process entire CGI form-based
applications. Its main features are:
Viewing fields as entities (instead of just params), where the
HTML representation, CGI values, validation, and so on are
properties of each field.
Lots of built-in "intelligence" (such as automatic field typing),
giving you about a 4:1 ratio of the code it generates versus what
you have to write.
Full-blown regex validation for fields, even including
Pluggable support for external template engines,
such as HTML::Template, Text::Template, Template Toolkit,
Plus, the native HTML generated is valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional.
Author: Nathan Wiger
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