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Re^2: [RFC] Web low level

by Martin90 (Sexton)
on Mar 19, 2015 at 16:21 UTC ( #1120613=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: [RFC] Web low level
in thread [RFC] Web low level

While it may seem a little dated(...)

This book is 18 years old now, in such fast growing field as internet it really matters. Anyway, I will check it out. I also choose "High Performance Browser Networking" by Ilya Grigorik it covers http (v.2.0 also) and is from 2013.

Can you propose some extra resources for http servers written in perl ? Thanks.

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Re^3: [RFC] Web low level
by Your Mother (Bishop) on Mar 19, 2015 at 16:30 UTC

    I think the enormous weight of the expertise here will fall on published code and not published learning materials. To that end, I recommend reading all the code you can: "http" ( server OR client ); focus on things that are newer and more highly rated/reviewed/recommended. Test suites are often the best place to start when trying to understand new code.

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[liz]: ^10 is just a short way of saying 0..^10, which is a short way of saying 0..9
[liz]: ^N is a very common idiom in Perl 6 to indicate "N times"
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