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"Perl Template Toolkit" (O'Reilly) by Darren Chamberlain, David Cross, and Andy Wardley is the first book to provide detailed coverage of this popular technology.

In "Perl Template Toolkit" readers learn how to build web sites and other dynamic document systems in such a way that they can be updated, modified, and re-branded quickly and easily. Written by core members of the technology's development team, the book moves through the entire process of installing, configuring, using, and extending the Template Toolkit.

Readerswill learn to:

--Write templates in simple template language

--Populate templates from Perl scripts of the command line

--Design applications around templates to simplify. development and maintenance

--Incorporate templates into CGI scripts or mod_perl applications

--Use databases and XML with and from templates

--Use the standard plug-ins that ship with the Template Toolkit and write custom plug-ins

--Use template filters for reusable postprocessing

--Create "skins" for web sites www.oreilly.com ISBN 0-596-00476-1,
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Publication:Database and Network Journal
Date:Feb 1, 2004
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