Tag: Web Development

Adding style to perl code

Perl has always been my favourite command line and web programming language. There is nothing Perl can’t do. The Perl language combined with the large quantities of modules on CPAN (developed by some of the best programmers on the planet) make it the kitchen sink of programming languages. I like to make my code as…

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AJAX Toolkits

Ajaxian conducted a recent survery on Ajax toolkits/frameworks. The “winner” was Prototype ( a new one to me ) which is a Ruby-based framework. Wow! I did not realise there were so many AJAX frameworks out there! I use Sajax ( it is simple ) and have been experimenting with Backbase ( too complex for…

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perl.com: Using Ajax from Perl

Read Using Ajax from Perl by Dominic Mitchell

If you’re even remotely connected to web development, you can’t have failed to have heard of Ajax at some point in the last year. It probably sounded like the latest buzzword and was one of those things you stuck on the ‘must read up on later’ pile. While it’s definitely a buzzword, it’s also quite a useful one.

Found this very useful article on perl.com. I’ve recently added some asynchronous JavaScript calls to my Perl code. The feedback from users has been positive.

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