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Programming Web Services with Perl

by Randy J. Ray

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Published by O"Reilly Media, Inc. .
Written in English


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Number of Pages496
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Open LibraryOL7580939M
ISBN 100596002068
ISBN 109780596002060

ggoebel writes "Programming Web Services with Perl is principally a book on implementing solutions using XML-RPC and SOAP in Perl. It also covers complementary and alternative standards such as WSDL, UDDI, and REST in some detail. And on the periphery, it finishes with a whirlwind tour of developing message routing, alternative data encoding within XML, security, . An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software An illustration of two photographs. Programming Web services with Perl Item Preview remove-circle.

Programming Web Services with Perl is written for Perl programmers who have no prior knowledge of web services. No understanding of XML-RPC or SOAP is necessary to be able to apply these technologies easily, through the use of publicly available Perl modules detailed in the book. If you're interested in applying XML-RPC and SOAP technologies to.   Mastering Perl – brian d foy; Modern Perl 5; Perl & LWP; Perl 5 Internals; Perl for the Web – C. Radcliff; Perl Training Australia – Course Notes; Plack Handbook; SDL::Manual Writing Games in Perl; Template Toolkit Documentation; The DBIx-Class Book; The PDL Book (PDF) Web Client Programming with Perl; Perl 6 / Rakudo. Perl 6 Introduction.

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