Modern Perl Web Development

Last Saturday was the annual London Perl Workshop. I’ll have more to say about the day later[1], but I just wanted to take the time to share the slides for the workshop that I ran in the morning. It was a quick guide to modern Perl web development. And, as far as I’m concerned, that basically means PSGI and Plack.

Update: People asked me to put the example PSGI apps from the workshop online somewhere. They’re now all on github. Let me know if you find them at all useful.

[1] Executive summary: a wonderful day, thanks to everyone who was involved – particularly Mark Keating.

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Perl Web Server

Coming a little late to this game, but I understand there are some concerns in the Perl community that the phrase “Perl Web Server” doesn’t find the best site when you search for it in Google. I’m happy to add my vote that “Perl Web Server” should point at the Plack web site.

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