|Forum: Perl Server Side CGI Scripting|
|Displaying Topics 1 - 40 (13 total) Sorted by: Date-Last-Post, Direction: forward|
|1:|| Logging Request-to-Response Times|
Cheap and simple system speed monitoring.
|Jan 7, 2002|
|2:|| Mod_rewrite: External vs Local Redirects|
"What server settings, or installed modules, would allow external redirects to work but cause local redirects to fail?"
|June 6, 2002|
|3:|| A Close to Perfect .htaccess Ban List|
Round 3 of our year long project to build the perfect htaccess ban list to block rogue spiders.
|Sept 9, 2002|
|4:|| PHP Gets Major Boost From an Unlikely Spot - Yahoo!|
A recent talk by an old Yahoo! tech revealed that Yahoo! is moving some of its programming to PHP.
|Oct 30, 2002|
|5:|| Putting a Dynamic PHP/MySQL Site On CD|
It is a interesting proposition: a dynamic site distributed on cd-rom without mega programming to back it up.
|Dec 18, 2002|
|6:|| Home Brew Building a DB Category System|
Building a db based permission system.
|Apr 26, 2003|
|7:|| CGI Scalability|
"...when it comes to scalability, what is the best approach? Should one keep the code on each page to the absolute minimum for that page to function? A complex dynamic site might have several thousand lines of code. It would seem a waste of resources to reload all of this with each call to the server."
|May 11, 2003|
|8:|| Importing Flat File into mySQL|
"I'm trying to import a file called products.dat into mySQL. I can get it into Excel, but I keep having a problem with extra quotation marks being inserted into the fields."
|May 24, 2003|
|9:|| Writing an Efficient SQL Query||June 2, 2003|
|10:|| Helpful Perl tips|
Some helpful tips for people just learning PERL that I wish I had known when I started out.
|July 14, 2005|
|11:|| Survey Finds that Debugging Is Top Challenge Faced by Programmers Today|
"Sixty-three percent of developers and IT decision makers consider debugging to be the most significant problem that they encounter,..."
|May 3, 2006|
|12:|| Is Tight Code Best?||Sept 18, 2006|
|13:|| Improving Security: Flat Files vs Databases|
WebmasterWorld Members discuss improvements to security in the comparison between fat files and databases.[br][br]"The main difference about flat file databases is one has to build the system and features, but let's focus on security."
|Aug 19, 2014|