Working with LWP

This month Mr. Lerner takes a look at the library for web programming and its associated modules.
Conclusion

Our whirlwind tour of HTTP and LWP stops here. As you can see, there is not very much to learn about either of them; the trick is to use them to create interesting applications and avoid the pitfalls when working with them. LWP is a package I do not often need, but when I do need it, I find it indispensable.

Resources

Reuven M. Lerner is an Internet and Web consultant living in Haifa, Israel. His book Core Perl will be published by Prentice-Hall later this year. Reuven can be reached at reuven@lerner.co.il. The ATF home page is at http://www.lerner.co.il/atf/.

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