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Developers searching for solutions to specific problems can use the mod_perl Developer's Cookbook as a
collection of ready-made recipes to be understood and applied to their problems.
Developers searching for continuing mod_perl education will find the book's recipes to be enlightening, well-researched, and broadly applicable.
mod_perl is a unique piece of software that wholly integrates the power of Perl with the flexibility and stability of the Apache Web server. With mod_perl, developers can harness the power of the full Apache API and develop Web applications quickly and without sacrificing performance.
Themod_perl Developer's Cookbookteaches programming with the mod_perl API by example. The book takes developers from the basics of mod_perl to the development advanced Web applications. Developers will learn tricks, solutions, and mod_perl idioms gleaned from the authors' experience as developers and expert users of mod_perl.
Geoffrey Youngis a frequent contributor to the mod_perl community and has written scores of mod_perl handlers, the most useful of which can be found on CPAN.
Paul Lindnermanages, designs, and implements mod_perl applications at Critical Path. He is a long-time Internet and open-source developer, and was one of the founders of the Internet Gopher at the University of Minnesota.
Randy Kobesis a professor of physics at the University of Winnipeg who conducts research on chaos and fractals. He used mod_perl to establish a search engine for CPAN.See all Product Description
This book hits the nail on the head. Excellent technical information, much much much more than your typical book that is just regurgitated man(1) pages. Read morePublished on July 20 2002 by Brian
This book is terrific! We were having problems with mod_perl memory usage and performance with our new website. This book gave us great ideas on how to implement startup. Read morePublished on July 17 2002 by Jeff Vendetti