Modern Perl is designed to help programmers of all levels of proficiency. The book is not only a Perl tutorial. It concentrates on Perl 5.12 and 5.14, to demonstrate the latest and most effective time-saving features. hot
Beginning Perl is a book which as its name suggest is written for individuals that are new to programming who want to learn Perl. It starts from the absolute basics of Perl, guiding the reader carefully through up to complex operations such as using Perl as a CGI language.
Embedding Perl in HTML with Mason
The Embedding Perl in HTML with Mason book documents the HTML::Mason framework in detail, including chapters on component syntax, Mason object APIs, a sample site walkthrough, recipes, and details on Mason's advanced features and how to use them.
Extreme Programming in Perl
Extreme Perl is a book about Extreme Programming, a software development methodology that enables users, business people, programmers, and computers to communicate effectively, using the programming language Perl.
Higher Order Perl
Higher-Order Perl: Transforming Programs with Programs is a book with the goal to teach Perl programmers with a strong C and Unix background how to use techniques with roots in functional programming languages like Lisp that are available in Perl as well, but less known. It is about functional programming techniques in Perl. It is about how to write functions that can modify and manufacture other functions.
Impatient Perl is designed for individuals who wish to learn Perl or individuals that already program in Perl and do not have the patience to search for information to learn and use Perl. The book should be a useful desk reference for common Perl related questions.
Learning Perl the Hard Way
Learning Perl the Hard Way is a book for people who already know how to program in another language, but have not previously developed in Perl. It tries to get through the basics as quickly as possible, and how to do fun things. It emphasizes good programming style in Perl.
Perl & LWP
Perl & LWP instructs how individuals can write web client applications with LWP and its related HTML modules. Library for WWW in Perl is a set of modules that allow requests to be sent to the web.
Perl 5 Internals
Perl 5 Internals is a three-hour course which provides a hands-on introduction to how the Perl interpreter works internally, how to go about testing and fixing bugs in the interpreter, and what the internals are likely to look like in the future of Perl, Perl 6.
Perl for the Web
Perl for the Web provides tools and strategies to improve the performance of existing Web applications in Perl. It also provides principles and ideas that help Web programmers create an extensible framework for future growth.
Picking up Perl
Picking up Perl was primarily written to serve as a freely redistributable tutorial for the Perl language.
Practical mod_perl is regarded as the definitive book on how to use, optimize, and troubleshoot mod_perl. It is an extensive guide to the nuts and bolts of the powerful and popular combination of Apache and mod_perl. From writing and debugging scripts to keeping your server running without failures, the techniques in this book will help you squeeze every ounce of power out of your server.
Practical Perl Programming
Practical Perl Programming is written by Dave Marshall, a lecturer in the Computer Science at Cardiff University. This detailed book offers a through tutorial on the Perl programming language, based on course notes.
Programming Perl is a five day module in which you will learn how to program in Perl. It assumes you have programmed before, that you understand the concept of variables, conditional and looping constructs, and the use of user defined functions.
Using Perl 6
Using Perl 6 is a work-in-progress book that is an example-drive introduction to Perl 6.
Web Client Programming with Perl
Web Client Programming with Perl shows you how to extend scripting skills to the Web. This book teaches you the basics of how browsers communicate with servers and how to write your own customized Web clients to automate common tasks.