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Conferences and talks
  • German Perl Workshop 5.0 - 2003
  • ApacheCon US 2002, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 18-21 November 2002
  • YAPC::Europe::Munich::2002::Sept18_20
  • O'Reilly Open-Source Convention, July 22-26, 2002 -- San Diego
  • German Perl Workshop 4.0 - 2002
  • YAPC, Aug 2001 - Amsterdam
  • AUUG Annual Conference in Sydney, Australien, Sept. 2001
  • ApacheCon Santa Clara, California, USA on April 4-6, 2001
  • German Perl Workshop 3.0 - 2001
  • O'Reilly Open Source Software Convention - 2000
  • Deutscher Perl-Workshop 2.0 - 2000
  • O'Reilly Open Source Software Convention - 1999
  • Deutscher Perl-Workshop 1.0 - 17. - 19.2.1999



  •  German Perl Workshop 5.0 - 2003top

    After our successful 1st to 4rd German Perl Workshops, version 5.0 also aims at fostering exchange and social networking between Perl module developers and advanced Perl users in the German-speaking Perl community. [04/03/2004]

    http://www.perl-workshop.de/2003/



     ApacheCon US 2002, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 18-21 November 2002top

    This talk shows how to build a large scale Websites/Webapplications with Perl using Embperl (http://perl.apache.org/embperl/). It discusses the concept of separation of application logic, display logic, content and layout and how this can be implememted within Embperl. It covers how application objects are created and what they are good for, how whole pages are broken up into components and how Embperls inherence model for components is working and what are its benefits. It continues with giving an impression of Embperls processing pipeline, which allows to create the output of a component within mutiple transformation, so very different data sources and redering technics can be used. Among others this comprises embedding Perl into HTML, using static XML, generating XML dynamicly, doing XSLT transformations and using XSL-FO to generate HTML, XML, PDF, text and other output formats. At this point we will also see how Embperl interacts with Apache, how it uses the new Apache 2.0 features to integrate or postprocess the output generated by Java, PHP or legency CGI-scripts and will hear about the performance improvements for Embperl caused by Apache's new threading MPM. During our journey through Embperl's possibilities we will also get in touch other with features necessary to build a large scale Websites like session handling, caching, database access and internationalization. [02/20/2003]

    http://apachecon.com/2002/US/html/sessions.html



     YAPC::Europe::Munich::2002::Sept18_20top

    by Axel Beckert ; 45' talk

    This talk shows how to build large scale websites or web applications with Embperl. It discusses the concept of separation of application logic, display logic, content and layout and how this separation can be achieved with Embperl 2.0.

    First, the talk shows the importance of application objects and how they are created, how to break up whole pages into components and how Embperl's inheritance model is working and what are its benefits.

    It then continues with a short introduction into Embperl's processing pipeline, which allows the creation of component output within multiple transformations, giving the possibility to include nearly every data source (like e.g. POD, XML, RSS, SSI, CGI scripts or plain text) and rendering techniques (like e.g. JSP, ASP or PHP).

    The talk will comprise embedding Perl into HTML, using static XML, generating XML dynamically, doing XSLT transformations and using XSL-FO to generate HTML, XML, PDF, text and various other output formats.

    It will also touch other features being necessary to build large scale websites like session handling, caching, database access and internationalization.

    This talk will be similar to Gerald Richter's Embperl talk given at OSCON 2002. (See http://conferences.oreillynet.com/cs/os2002/view/e_sess/2716 ) [02/20/2003]

    http://www.yapc.org/Europe/2002/abstracts.html



     O'Reilly Open-Source Convention, July 22-26, 2002 -- San Diegotop

    This talk shows how to build a large scale Websites/Webapplications with Perl using Embperl. It discusses the concept of separation of application logic, display logic, content and layout and how this can be implemented within Embperl. It covers how application objects are created and what they are good for, how whole pages are broken up into components and how Embperls inherence model for components is working and what are its benefits. It continues with giving an impression of Embperls processing pipeline, which allows creating the output of a component within multiple transformation, so very different data sources and rendering techniques can be used.

    Among others this comprises embedding Perl into HTML, using static XML, generating XML dynamically, doing XSLT transformations and using XSL-FO to generate HTML, XML, PDF, text and other output formats. During our journey through Embperls possibilities we will also get in touch other with features necessary to build a large scale websites like session handling, caching, database access and internationalization. [02/20/2003]

    http://conferences.oreillynet.com/cs/os2002/view/e_sess/2716



     German Perl Workshop 4.0 - 2002top

    [02/20/2003]

    http://www.perl-workshop.de/2002/contriblist.epl#96



     YAPC, Aug 2001 - Amsterdamtop

    Embperl is a full-featured system for building dynamic content. This talk starts with an introduction to the basics of Embperl, continues with object-oriented website building and finally talks about Embperl 2.0, covering the definition of syntaxes, XML and performance. [02/20/2003]

    http://www.yapc.org/Europe/2001/talks.html#embperl



     AUUG Annual Conference in Sydney, Australien, Sept. 2001top

    [02/20/2003]

    http://www.auug.org.au/winter/auug2001/



     ApacheCon Santa Clara, California, USA on April 4-6, 2001top

    Embperl (http://perl.apache.org/embperl/) has grown over the last 4 years from a Perl module for simply embedding Perl into HTML to a full featured system to build dynamic content under mod_perl. After a short introduction covering the basics like syntax, session handling, form field processing etc. the talk will focus on the more advanced topics and show how Embperl helps you to create a Website out of small reusable objects, how to use different syntaxes (e.g., SSI, ASP and Embperl in the same document) and how to create a pipline out of multiple processing steps. This leads to the new XML capabilities, which let you transform XML in multiple steps towards the desired result format. For this purpose Embperl intgrates the Apache Xerces C++ XML Parser and Xalan C++ XSLT processor and provides processors to dynamicly alter the content, along with technices to plugin own transformations. The end of the talk will cover performance issues like caching and gives a preview what's coming next. [02/20/2003]

    http://apachecon.com/2001/US/html/sessions.html



     German Perl Workshop 3.0 - 2001top

    [02/20/2003]

    http://www.perl-workshop.de/2001/contriblist.epl#58



     O'Reilly Open Source Software Convention - 2000top

    [02/20/2003]

    http://conferences.oreillynet.com/



     Deutscher Perl-Workshop 2.0 - 2000top

    [02/20/2003]

    http://www.perl-workshop.de/2000/contriblist.epl#9



     O'Reilly Open Source Software Convention - 1999top

    [02/20/2003]

    http://conferences.oreilly.com/apache/conf_desc.html#c13



     Deutscher Perl-Workshop 1.0 - 17. - 19.2.1999top

    [02/20/2003]

    http://www.perl-workshop.de/1999/Beitraege.htm#Richter.Embperl


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