NGINX is a high performance edge web server with the lowest memory footprint
and the key features to build modern and efficient web infrastructure.
NGINX functionality includes HTTP server, HTTP and mail reverse proxy, caching,
load balancing, compression, request throttling, connection multiplexing and
reuse, SSL offload and HTTP media streaming.
Guile-WWW is a set of Guile Scheme modules providing support for
navigating HTTP connections, parsing URLs, handling CGI operations,
and fetching WWW resources.
This module implements a www-like shell above WWW::Mechanize and also
has the capability to output crude Perl code that recreates the recorded
session. Its main use is as an interactive starting point for automating
a session through WWW::Mechanize.
This class is the parent for all access method supported by the WWW::Search
library. This library implements a Perl API to web-based search engines.
Current search engines supported include AltaVista (both web and news),
Dejanews, Excite (web only), HotBot (web only), Infoseek (e-mail, web, and news)
Search results are limited and there is a pause between each request for results
to avoid overloading either the client or the server.
Retrieve TV information from http://www.niotv.com/
Adds HEAD tag parsing to WWW::Mechanize
This module provides all of the same functionality of WWW::Mechanize, but
adds support for plugins using Module::Pluggable; this means that any
module named WWW::Mechanize::Plugin::whatever... will be found and loaded
when WWW::Mechanize::Pluggable is loaded.
Big deal, you say. Well, it becomes a big deal in conjunction
with WWW::Mechanize::Pluggable's other feature: plugin hooks. When plugins
are loaded, their import() methods can call WWW::Mechanize::Pluggable's
prehook and posthook methods. These methods add callbacks to the plugin
code in WWW::Mechanize::Pluggable's methods. These callbacks can act
before a method or after it, and have to option of short-circuiting the
call to the WWW::Mechanize::Pluggable method altogether.
These methods receive whatever parameters the WWW::Mechanize::Pluggable
methods received, plus a reference to the actvive Mech object.
All other extensions to WWW::Mechanize::Pluggable are handled by the
This module combines WWW::Mechanize and HTML::TreeBuilder.