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. Emphasis is placed on robust, scalable solutions for dynamic database-backed, template-based or XML-based Web sites. The book's focus on optimization is a unique approach. Readers of this book should be able to build a high-performance Perl-based Web solution as well as recommend one with confidence.
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Chris Radcliff is a Voice That Matters and that's why he's written this incredible book for New Riders Publishing. In partnering with Chris, we hope to bring Perl readers something new that they can't find anywhere else. Chris brings you tips and tricks from years of experience that only time can teach. If you need to utlilize Perl on the web, this book is for you.
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Chris Radcliffe is a Perl programmer and Chief Evangelist at VelociGen Inc., a Web software company that specializes in performance solutions for Internet business. He has been programming in Perl since 1993, and designing Web sites since 1995. His first Perl application, written for Stac Inc. in 1995, searched and reformatted legacy technical support data for the Web. The application was one of the first dynamic implementations of the now-ubiquitous support knowledge base. Chris specializes in using Perl's glue capabilities to integrate existing applications and processes with database-backed Web sites. Examples include USAopoly.com and an intranet site for the Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study, which gives researchers around the world real-time access to distributed study information. He has spoken with many developer groups and has given tutorials at the WebLA and Web2000 conferences. His latest project at VelociGen is developing VelociGenX, a graphic client and server for developing high-performance XML-based applications. VelociGenX is developed entirely in persistent Perl, including the Web-based client interface.
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