/Eugene Logvinov

About Eugene Logvinov

Eugene Logvinov is a Web developer with the softPilot.2000 project (CONSUL Bureau, Sevastopol, Ukraine). The author is a third-year student at Kharkov National University (Ukraine), focused on new ideas in Web development and technical writing. You can contact him at rezonal [at] univer.kharkov.ua.

Tips for Convenient CGI Scripting

2010-05-26T11:26:41+00:00 April 28th, 2005|CGI and Perl|

Any CGI programmer benefits from knowing and using ready-made libraries. In this article Eugene Logvinov shows how CGI modules taken from CPAN can not only help you to work effectively and conveniently, but can also provide you with an excellent code and reference library. Consequently, embedding POD (Plain Old Documentation) in the module turns out to be a good choice.

Tips for Convenient CGI Scripting

2010-05-26T11:35:14+00:00 April 14th, 2005|CGI and Perl|

Any CGI programmer benefits from knowing and using ready-made libraries. In this article Eugene Logvinov shows how CGI modules taken from CPAN can not only help you to work effectively and conveniently, but can also provide you with an excellent code and reference library. Consequently, embedding POD (Plain Old Documentation) in the module turns out to be a good choice.

Using Perl to Create Reusable Web Applications

2010-05-26T16:56:05+00:00 September 21st, 2004|CGI and Perl|

Perl is a convenient and effective tool for complex Web applications development. However, even experienced programmers resist Perl because it seems difficult to learn and use. This article demonstrates that object-oriented implementation of Perl simplifies the effort and could be much more effective than other Web technologies, especially with separate design and application functionality.