By Jon Duckett
An imperative introductory advisor to making web content utilizing the main up to date standards
Discover ways to make extra effective apps, with only one language!
* includes a variety of hands-on examples
* Explains implementation of real-time apps together with Socket. IO and HTML5, and WebSockets
* Addresses sensible Node. js merits from particular layout choices
* comprises an interactive on-line part with pattern chapters
* Explains parts of stand out apps together with brevity and benchmarks
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- Head First Mobile Web
- Effective Perl Programming: Ways to Write Better, More Idiomatic Perl (2nd Edition) (Effective Software Development Series)
Other ports on this list are more or less functional – don't necessarily expect them to work completely, especially very old, very new, or very obscure platforms. Building Perl from source on other platforms may or may not be possible, depending on the platform. See the ports page on CPAN for availability and instructions if available. Building and Installing Modules Perl comes with a very feature-rich and comprehensive standard library. However, many more modules are available from CPAN, so it would be nice to be able to install them too.
We see how to manipulate these data types, and use them to create complex data structures such as multidimensional arrays and hashes of hashes. Finally, the chapter covers constants, including how to declare scalar, list, and hash constants. Chapter 6 builds on the previous chapters to look at Perl's programming structures, starting with expressions and statements, moving on to conditional statements, and finishing with a look at loops and looping constructs. Subroutines are reusable blocks of code that make scripts easier to maintain and adapt.
Next, we see how bidirectional text is rendered. The chapter finishes by demonstrating how to put Perl's support for Unicode into action. Having explored Unicode in the previous chapter, it is natural to follow up with a chapter on locale and internationalization. Chapter 26 explains Perl's support for locales and how to use it. The chapter then looks at a number of language related modules, and writing multilingual web pages. The book finishes with a number of appendices of useful reference material, including Perl's command line options, special variables, functions, and standard library modules.