Disclaimer: This is all just IMHO and personal experiences. Other solutions might be more suitable for other environments.
I have used HTML-Widget in the past, but I was always concerned with the fact that my controller defines the interface. I'm now using a self made controller base class doing configurable CRUD (not auto-detected). This is essentially it:
The form is organised and built with CGI-FormBuilder
The validation is done with Data-FormValidator
The controller base class reads its configuration as well
as the fields from a YAML file that is loaded by the
controller itself, since the YAML like source file for FB
looks like YAML, but isn't really.
The controller also does the I18N
I don't use FB's native rendering facility, but walk the
configured fields in a custom Template-Toolkit file that
applies more general stylesheets, AJAX hooks, error and
PS: I use DBIx::Class exclusively these days, at least for non-legacy projects.
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