Perl is a widespread web-oriented programming language, that's used to create CGI scripts and also many different apps. It is very handy owing to the fact that you do not need to write the very same code time and time again so as to have some task executed several times, but you'll be able to use modules. They're pre-defined subroutines or groups of operations that can be called and executed in a script. That is to say, you'll be able to add just a reference to a certain module within your code instead of using the whole module code again and again. In this way, your script will be shorter, which means that it shall be executed a lot faster, not mentioning that it'll be much simpler to maintain and / or modify. If you'd like to take advantage of a third-party ready-made Perl script as an alternative to creating your own, it'll most likely need specific modules to be present on the website hosting server.
Over 3400 Perl Modules in Shared Website Hosting
All of our Linux shared website hosting include over 3400 Perl modules that you can use as part of your CGI scripts or web-based apps. They include both popular and less popular ones, so as to give you different options in terms of what capabilities you'll be able to add to your websites. Several examples are Apache::SOAP, CGI::Session, GD, Image::Magick, URI, LWP and a lot more. The whole list is available in the Server Information section of our custom-made Hepsia website hosting Control Panel, that is featured with all shared accounts. In the same location, you'll find the Perl version which we have as well as the path to the modules that you'll have to use within your scripts in order to call a certain module from the library.
Over 3400 Perl Modules in Semi-dedicated Hosting
If you want to use a Perl-based web application or CGI script, you'll be able to use 3400+ different modules that are available on our cloud hosting platform and are a part of every semi-dedicated server we offer. You shall be able to see the full list anytime through your Hepsia Control Panel along with the folder path required for your scripts to access the modules. We realize the fact that some third-party applications could need modules that are not really popular so as to work correctly, hence the large selection we've installed on our end. URI, LWP, DBD::mysql and Image::Magick are amongst the modules that you'll be able to use with your Perl apps regardless of the package that you choose.