Perl for the Web
by Chris Radcliff
Publisher: New Riders Press 2001
Number of pages: 416
Perl for the Web provides the tools and principles needed to design a high-performance, dynamic Web site using Perl. Special attention is given to templates, integration, and load testing. Topics covered include the need for speed, document management with templates and embedded Perl, faster performance using persistent Perl, good Web coding style, faster database access from Perl, and pairing XML with Perl for content management and B2B communication.
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