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I'm married and living in the mountains of western North Carolina with our 14-year-old son. I've loved Perl since 1995, when I started a web site that became my livelihood when I discovered employers would pay to put help wanted ads on it.

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Tuesday March 01, 2005
01:10 PM

Client-Side Code Generator when Bandwidth Is Limited

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This is intriguing: a TechRepublic article about using JavaScript to generate code on the client-side, where bandwidth is limited.

Doesn't use Perl, but source code listings in ASP could be translated to Perl.

An excerpt from the article:

On a recent project we had a very complex Web application to deliver in an environment where many of the end users had slow connections to the server on which the application was to be deployed. As such, conservation of bandwidth was one of the priorities. We decided to design for bandwidth constraints from the beginning of the project. This focus led to a key decision to develop the application primarily using client-side scripted code—in this case written in JavaScript—which could be cached locally and by the proxy servers, etc. upstream of the end user, resulting in a significantly smaller package needing to be retrieved from the main servers.

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