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CGI Programming using Perl
Perl Training Overview

This course bridges the gap between using HTML to create static Web pages and using Perl CGI scripts to create dynamic Web pages. The course emphasizes using the Perl 5 CGI library routines to process HTML forms by providing extensive working examples and by students writing applications to illustrate the concepts presented. This course is not intended to be a substitute for a Perl programming course.

Perl Training Audience

Web site developers wanting to create interactive Web pages.

Perl Training Prerequisites

Familiarity with HTML forms. Programming experience is required. Basic UNIX skills and the ability to use vi or a basic text editor are also required.

Perl Training Course duration

3 Days

Perl Training Course outline

Browsers and Servers
 
WEB Browsers and Servers
URLS
Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)

Common Gateway Interface
 
What is CGI?
Why use CGI applications?
Environment Variables
Managing CGI Files

Control Input to CGI Applications
 
ISINDEX, GET, and POST
GET Method
POST Method

Perl CGI Module
 
CGI.pm Module
Perl Subroutines
Perl Objects
Perl Methods
Commonly Used Methods

Forms
 
Form Objects
Static Forms
Dynamic Forms

CGI/Browser Interaction
 
Animation Description
Server Push
Client Pull

Serverside Includes
 
Serverside Includes: Why?
The exec Command
Example

Accessing Databases
 
Browser Database Access
Static Flat-File Database
perl DBM Interface
Third Party RDBMS application

Stateful CGI Applications
 
Stateful vs. Stateless
Why Use Stateful CGI Applications?
Stateful Access with a Cookie

Advanced HTML Interface Tools
 
Image Maps
Tables
Multiple Form Interaction
Frames
GD Library

Appendix: Overview of Internet Security
 
Security Issues
Platform Differences
Cryptography
Encryption Keys
Controlling User Access
"Trusted Server"
Developing an e-mail interface


 
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