Refer From : https://perlhacks.com/2015/12/long-death-cgi-pm/ CGI.pm has been removed from the core Perl distribution. From 5.22, it is no longer included in a standard Perl installation. There are good technical reasons for this. CGI is a dying technology. In 2015, there are far better ways to write web applications in Perl. We don’t want to be… Read More »
The linux shell has provided us with many hidden gems. Some of things are string manipulation with out using external commands like SED/AWK. In this post we will see how to convert a string from lower case to upper and upper case to lower by using string manipulation techniques and tr command. String manipulation for… Read More »
Paul Fenwick explains Moose, autobox, autodie, Try::Tiny, cpanm, local::lib, MetaCPAN, named capture, grammars, Regexp::Grammars, Dancer, automating Minsweeper, PAR, Devel::NYTProf that provides profiles on subroutine, block and line level, Perl::Critic.
Padre, the perl editor provides a configurable way to autocomplete while you are typing. This video shows the options.
Over the last couple of years I have been spending almost all of my working time actually coding Perl. This made it worthwhile to optimise my development environment. I’ll talk a little about some of the tools I use which allow me to focus more on the actual development problems and less on mechanisms… Read More »
Dates and times are confusing and crazy. What nut invented Daylight Saving Time? Someone who’d never imagined a computer, that’s who! Dealing with dates and times might seem simple at first, but there’s a lot of gotchas. This talk will start by covering some concepts worth knowing about (What is an Olson timezone? What’s the… Read More »
In this talk, how to use it in Perl using AnyEvent,