Perl is a well-known scripting language that's employed to create different web-oriented apps, which includes CGI scripts. Among the options that distinguish it from many other programming languages is the use of modules - batches of Perl program code which perform predefined jobs and they're universally accepted. Basically, as an alternative to creating tailor-made code to perform something or pasting tens and hundreds of lines of program code in the script, you are able to "call" some module which is already available for this specific task and use only a few lines of program code. Consequently, your script will be executed quicker since it'll be much smaller. Employing modules will, in addition make a script easier to edit considering that you'll have to go through a smaller amount of program code. If you want to use Perl on your site, you have to ensure that the needed modules can be found on your server.

Over 3400 Perl Modules in Web Hosting

Our Linux web hosting feature more than 3400 Perl modules which you'll be able to work with as a part of your CGI scripts or web-based apps. They contain both widely used and less popular ones, so as to offer you a choice regarding what functions you can add to your sites. A couple of examples are Apache::SOAP, CGI::Session, GD, Image::Magick, URI, LWP and a lot more. The complete list can be found in the Server Information area of our in-house made Hepsia website hosting Control Panel, which is featured with all of the shared accounts. In the same location, you'll find the Perl version that we have and the path to the modules that you will need to use within your scripts to call a specific module from our library.

Over 3400 Perl Modules in Semi-dedicated Hosting

If you want to employ a Perl-based web application or CGI script, you'll be able to use 3400+ different modules which can be found on our cloud hosting platform and are a part of each and every semi-dedicated server that we provide. You will be able to see the whole list at any moment using your Hepsia Control Panel together with the folder path needed for your scripts to access the modules. We identify the fact that some third-party apps could need modules which aren't popular to perform efficiently, hence the big number we have installed on our end. URI, LWP, DBD::mysql and Image::Magick are among the modules that you'll be able to use with your Perl applications regardless of the package deal you select.