Perl is a preferred scripting language that's which is used to build various web-oriented apps, which includes CGI scripts. One of the features which differentiate it from other languages is the use of modules - batches of Perl program code which do predefined jobs and they are universally accepted. Basically, rather than creating custom-made code to do something or pasting tens and hundreds of lines of code in the script, you're able to "call" some module which already exists for this specific task and use just a few lines of code. In consequence, your script shall be executed much more quickly as it is smaller. Employing modules will also make a script simpler to modify considering that you'll need to go through much less code. If you would like to use Perl on your website, you have to make sure that the needed modules are available on your server.

Over 3400 Perl Modules in Website Hosting

When you get one of the website hosting that we offer, you'll have access to a huge library of over 3400 Perl modules that are already set up on our cloud server platform. As soon as you sign in to your Hepsia Control Panel, you'll be able to visit the Server Information section where you could see the entire list. Some of them are more common than others, however we have such a large number since we're aware that in case you use an application from a third-party site, it may have certain requirements as to what kind of modules need to be present on the server or it might not function properly. XML::Parser, URI, LWP and DBD::mysql are some of the modules that you can access and use on your sites.

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If you want to use a Perl-based web app or CGI script, it shall be possible to use 3400+ different modules which can be found on our cloud hosting platform and are a part of every semi-dedicated server we offer. You shall be able to see the whole list at any time using your Hepsia Control Panel alongside the folder path necessary for your scripts to access the modules. We identify the fact that some third-party applications might require modules that are not quite popular to run properly, hence the large selection which we have installed on our end. URI, LWP, DBD::mysql and Image::Magick are some of the modules which you shall be able to use with your Perl applications regardless of the package deal you select.