Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module P252. This topic is presented on public courses Deploying LAMP - Linux, Apache, MySQL, Perl/PHP
, Linux Web Server
, Using Perl on the Web
Perl has many use on networks Ð as a tool to provide executable content within a web site, as a tool for managing web site content, as a tool for statistical analysis of network logs, and so on. It's also a great language for writing client programs such as crawlers and other robots, for sending handling and filtering email, and even for writing servers.
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I would not encourage you to write your own web server in Perl, but I might suggest that you used the http protocol as a convenient intersystem communication protocol ... and that might result in you implementing part of http for the purpose ;-)
With that proviso in mind, I have just added source code ...
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Topics covered in this module
Programming for networks.
Providing your own client.
Providing your own server.
Providing your own service.
Building in to an existing service - email.
Building in to an existing service - the web.
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