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Embedding Perl in HTML With Mason

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Embedding Perl in HTML With Mason
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Publisher: O'Reilly
ISBN/ASIN: 0596002254
ISBN-13: 9780596002251
Number of pages: 318

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Mason is a tool for embedding the Perl programming language into text, in order to create text dynamically, most often in HTML. This book shows readers how to create large, complex, dynamically driven web sites that look good and are a snap to maintain. Readers will learn how to visualize multiple Mason-based solutions to any given problem and select among them. This is an essential reading for any Perl programmer who wants to simplify web site design.

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