Developing Web applications with Perl, memcached, MySQL and Apache by Patrick Galbraith

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Subjects:

  • Development,
  • Application software,
  • Web sites,
  • Web site development,
  • Perl (Computer program language),
  • Internet programming,
  • Internet software,
  • Design,
  • MySQL (Electronic resource),
  • Apache (Computer file : Apache Group)

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Provides information on creating Web applications using Perl, memcached, MySQL, and Apache.

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Book details

Other titlesDeveloping Web applications with Apache, MySQL, memcached, and Perl
StatementPatrick Galbraith
SeriesWrox professional guides, Wrox professional guides
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTK5105.888 .G35 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxi, 855 p. :
Number of Pages855
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25279370M
ISBN 100470414642
ISBN 109780470414644
LC Control Number2009927343
OCLC/WorldCa425917312

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The Cache::Memcached interface supports the following methods for storing/retrieving data, and. memcached is a simple, highly scalable key-based cache that stores data and objects wherever dedicated or spare RAM is available for quick access by applications, without going through layers of parsing or disk I/O.

To use, you run the memcached command on one or more hosts and then use the shared cache to store objects. For more usage instructions, see Section“Using.

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