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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by ziggy (25) on 2003.01.29 22:22 (#16518) Journal
    I don't know what you have scoped out in the "web" chapter(s) for 2ed, but there's a lot of stuff that falls under that rather broad umbrella. You've mentioned mod_perl recipies before; presumably this is in line with the current Ch. 19, CGI programming. These are the kind of low-level recipies I'd look to if I have a basic issue I need to solve -- not if I'm trying to build a user interface.

    In terms of web based user interfaces, there's lots to say with recipies on templating, MVC, generating multiple formats (HTML/XHTML/XML/WML/etc.), generating RSS, handling logins and customization, etc. These are much higher level issues than dealing with 500 error messages, using non-parsed headers, or using taint mode.