Version 0.0.30 uses [character semantic](http://perldoc.perl.org/perlunicode.html#Byte-and-Character-Semantics) and UTF-8 encoding in the HTML pages. The default database has some UTF-8 examples.
February 2009: A new version is uploaded to CPAN. It is now extensively refactored and a lot of code is moved to external general purpose libraries. The new thigs are: composed primary keys and editing complex structures in one form (person and her addresses). The authentication is outdated and for now I remove the code for it. This version uses [character semantic](http://perldoc.perl.org/perlunicode.html#Byte-and-Character-Semantics) and UTF-8 encoding in the HTML pages. The default database has some UTF-8 examples.
The form processing is based on Rose::HTML::Form - but my plan is to make it fully componentized and a HTML::FormFu version is started. I try to make the Instant framework as light as possible with the work off-loaded into replaceable components.
My plans for the future:
1. RESTfull interface (needs to check the client and adjust to 'browser REST' when needed). Maybe as a Moose role?
1. Work on the experimental RESTfull interface. Maybe as a Moose role?
2. Make a Configurator for it - a web bootstraper that would let the user choose the tables and columns, configure the authentication/authorisation mechanism, add additional metadata etc.
Other my modules it relies on:
Some inspiration: http://lostgarden.com/Mixing_Games_and_Applications.pdf (and http://www.theoryoffun.com/ of course).
I am now thinking about using HTML::FormHandler instead of Rose::HTML::Form - as a move in the direction of total Moosification.