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The Webmaster's Handbook: Perl Power for Your Web Server Paperback – 14 Dec 1995

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HASH(0x971a8288) out of 5 stars It's amazing they put so much info in such a thin book! 1 July 1999
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It presents all and only the information needed to start a web site. It gives reader a transparent view on how web works, no added complication or subtracted information. Has elegant examples in Perl, covering most of the basic needs in web development, from form handling to log file analysis, even have a working example of shopping cart. Gives a concise descriptions of HTTP and HTML. I read the book from cover to cover over a weekend, while have practically no prior knowledge on CGI or Perl, and get a jump start on both. It seems that every word in the book is useful and helpful. It's bit "old" now, but still gives one a solid understanding of how web works. An excellent technical book.
HASH(0x90445d68) out of 5 stars It's still the best if you want to get to know the basics 8 April 2002
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I can highly recommend this book if you are interested, how things really work on the Web. It explains all the basics that are still - after 6 years - fundamental to most static and dynamic Web sites. The examples are very useful in the daily business of a Web master. Only a few books on this topic present really helpful information in a compact and easy to read way - this book does!
Many thanks to Christian and Johan :-)
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