In the first of our series of articles discussing the
various options for building web sites with mod_perl, TJ Mather
talks about how Apache::PageKit separates the development of your
site into manageable components without using embedded Perl
Here we talk about how to go about creating your very
first mod_perl handler. This goes right to the core of how mod_perl
works, for those of you wanting to see how to program right to the
metal with mod_perl, rather than using a higher level module such
as Embperl, Apache::Registry or Mason.
Michael Stevens introduces the reader to Embperl, an
embedded HTML/Perl module that provides many features for producing
dynamic content within a scripting environment under mod_perl. Here
we find out about Embperl's special tags for introducing code into
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