Definition - What does HTML::Mason mean?
HTML::Mason (Mason) is an open-source, Perl-based platform that is useful for developing and managing websites. Technology publisher CMP Media is credited with Mason’s first development.
Techopedia explains HTML::Mason
Mason is a templating system that you can use to generate dynamic content on a website. It takes care of some of the basic aspects of a site, such as caching, debugging, development servers, etc.
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