Perl is a dynamic programming language created by Larry Wall and first released in 1987.
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This article covers some API methods of the XML::XSLT module and shows you how to create a new XML file without needing to do any Perl programming. You will also learn how to transform a dynamically...
AppConfig shines as a way of configuring applications in Perl in the simple cases, but occasionally you need more power in command-line processing and configuration-file parsing. Instead of using...
There are a number of Perl modules that are universally recognised as The Right Thing To Use for certain tasks. If you accessed a database without using DBI, pulled data from the WWW without using on...
My co-workers cringe when I tell them the truth. What XML parser are you using? MSXML? With Perl? You've gotta be crazy. Yes, it's true, but I couldn't help myself. After test driving MSXML in a...
This article demonstrates how to use Perl, XML, and SVG to generate useful and attractive graphics dynamically.
The third and final part of our guide to Perl XML modules covers some handy modules geared to specific tasks.
In the second part of our guide to XML and Perl, we cover the Perl implementations of the standard XML APIs DOM, SAX, and XPath.
This article explores how Perl can be used to transfer data between XML and relational databases, and how XML can bridge two disparate databases.
This first installment of our guide to Perl and XML covers Perl-specific interfaces for reading and writing XML.
This article includes sample code that demonstrates elements of an RSS file, plus a Perl example using the module XML::RSS.
This article is a complete tutorial showing how to create your own streaming web clients, that can be used to stream (play while downloading) multimedia files such as mp3.