CGI::IDS - PerlIDS - Perl Website Intrusion Detection System (XSS, CSRF, SQLI, LFI etc.) River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

PerlIDS (CGI::IDS) is a website intrusion detection system based on PHPIDS <https://phpids.org/> to detect possible attacks in website requests, e.g. Cross-Site Scripting (XSS), Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF), SQL Injections (SQLI) etc. It parses ...

HINNERK/CGI-IDS-1.0217 - 27 May 2014 12:16:39 GMT

CGI::Test - CGI regression test framework River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 8 total dependents

The "CGI::Test" module provides a CGI regression test framework which allows you to run your CGI programs offline, i.e. outside a web server, and interact with them programmatically, without the need to type data and click from a web browser. If you'...

TOKAREV/CGI-Test-1.111 - 03 Feb 2016 05:26:43 GMT

CGI::Ajax - a perl-specific system for writing Asynchronous web applications River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

CGI::Ajax is an object-oriented module that provides a unique mechanism for using perl code asynchronously from javascript- enhanced HTML pages. CGI::Ajax unburdens the user from having to write extensive javascript, except for associating an exporte...

BPEDERSE/CGI-Ajax-0.707 - 08 Oct 2008 18:16:25 GMT

CGI::CIPP - Use CIPP embedded HTML Pages in a CGI environment River stage zero No dependents

CGI::CIPP is a Perl module which enables you to use CIPP on every CGI capable webserver. It is based on a central wrapper script, which does all the preprocessing. It executes the generated Perl code directly afterwards. Additionally, it implements a...

JRED/CGI-CIPP-0.07 - 04 Feb 2001 09:33:57 GMT

CGI::Enurl - module for URL-encoding strings and hashes River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 3 total dependents

This is a little module made for CGI scripting. It encodes the parameters to be passed to a CGI. It does nothing more, so it's much smaller and loads more quickly....

JENDA/CGI-Enurl-1.07 - 08 Aug 2002 14:20:42 GMT

CGI::Deurl - a CGI parameter decoding package River stage zero No dependents

This is a little module made for CGI scripting. It decodes the parameters passed to the CGI. It does nothing more, so it's much smaller and loads more quickly than CGI.pm. Since version 0.04 it also exports the "deurl", "deurlstr" and "deurlarr" func...

JENDA/CGI-Deurl-1.08 - 09 Feb 2002 01:58:12 GMT

CGI::Builder - Framework to build simple or complex web-apps River stage two • 10 direct dependents • 10 total dependents

This is the starting point of the documentation of the CGI Builder Framework (CBF). You should read this documentation before any other documentation in any other module that extends the CBF....

DOMIZIO/CGI-Builder-1.36 - 26 Mar 2006 14:33:13 GMT

CGI::Compile - Compile .cgi scripts to a code reference like ModPerl::Registry River stage two • 8 direct dependents • 14 total dependents

CGI::Compile is a utility to compile CGI scripts into a code reference that can run many times on its own namespace, as long as the script is ready to run on a persistent environment. NOTE: for best results, load CGI::Compile before any modules used ...

MIYAGAWA/CGI-Compile-0.22 - 02 Feb 2017 18:00:08 GMT

CGI::Portable - Framework for server-generic web apps River stage zero No dependents

The CGI::Portable class is a framework intended to support complex web applications that are easily portable across servers because common environment-specific details are abstracted away, including the file system type, the web server type, and your...

DUNCAND/CGI-Portable-0.51 - 08 Jun 2004 01:36:22 GMT

CGI::MxScreen - a multi-screen stateful CGI framework River stage zero No dependents

"CGI::MxScreen" is a framework for building multi-screen stateful CGI programs. It is rather object-oriented, with some peculiarities brought by persistency constraints: all objects must be handled by "Storable". "CGI::MxScreen" is based on the "CGI"...

PURDY/CGI-MxScreen-0.103 - 18 Oct 2004 15:16:18 GMT

CGI::Framework - A simple-to-use, lightweight web CGI framework River stage zero No dependents

CGI::Framework is a simple and lightweight framework for building web-based CGI applications. It features complete code-content separation (templating) by utilizing the HTML::Template library, stateful file or database-based sessions by utilizing the...

MNAGUIB/CGI-Framework-0.23 - 11 Oct 2005 16:23:36 GMT

CGI::SpeedyCGI - Speed up perl scripts by running them persistently. River stage zero No dependents

SpeedyCGI is a way to run perl scripts persistently, which can make them run much more quickly. A script can be made to to run persistently by changing the interpreter line at the top of the script from: #!/usr/bin/perl to #!/usr/bin/speedy After the...

HORROCKS/CGI-SpeedyCGI-2.22 - 12 Oct 2003 06:12:31 GMT

CGI::WebToolkit - Website Toolkit River stage zero No dependents

CGI::WebToolkit tries to simplify the common tasks when creating dynamic websites. The use of CGI::WebToolkit should lead to the development of easy to understand, relieable and fast dynamic web applications that are easy to adjust and maintain. CGI:...

KITOMER/CGI-WebToolkit-0.08 - 14 Oct 2010 07:21:29 GMT

CGI::SecureState - Transparent, secure statefulness for CGI programs River stage zero No dependents

A Better Solution to the stateless problem. HTTP is by nature a stateless protocol; as soon as the requested object is delivered, HTTP severs the object's connection to the client. HTTP retains no memory of the request details and does not relate sub...

BEHROOZI/CGI-SecureState-0.36 - 03 Jan 2003 05:38:57 GMT

CGI::Application - Framework for building reusable web-applications River stage three • 117 direct dependents • 124 total dependents

It is intended that your Application Module will be implemented as a sub-class of CGI::Application. This is done simply as follows: package My::App; use base 'CGI::Application'; Notation and Conventions For the purpose of this document, we will refer...

MARTO/CGI-Application-4.61 - 02 Mar 2018 09:20:24 GMT

CGI::Ex::Recipes - A usage example for CGI::Ex::App! River stage zero No dependents

This small but relatively complete application was inspired by the examples given by Paul in his documentation. I decided to go further and experiment with the recomendations and features which the framework provides. You are encouraged to play with ...

BEROV/CGI-Ex-Recipes-0.08 - 05 Sep 2012 07:36:32 GMT

CGI::Ex::Recipes - A usage example for CGI::Ex::App! River stage zero No dependents

This small but relatively complete application was inspired by the examples given by Paul in his documentation. I decided to go further and experiment with the recomendations and features which the framework provides. You are encouraged to play with ...

BEROV/CGI-Ex-Recipes-0.08 - 05 Sep 2012 07:36:32 GMT

CGI::UploadEngine - File Upload Engine for Multi-App Web Server River stage zero No dependents

The main design goal of CGI::UploadEngine (CGI::UE) has been to enable developers to use file upload select boxes in a regular HTML *form* without needing to handle *multi-part* forms (or making any number of rookie mistakes). This is accomplished by...

ROGERHALL/CGI-UploadEngine-0.93 - 28 Jun 2011 21:46:49 GMT

CGI::Widget::Tabs - Create tab widgets in HTML River stage zero No dependents

Introduction CGI::Widget::Tabs lets you simulate tab widgets in HTML. You could benefit from a tab widget if you want to serve only one page. Depending on the tab selected you fetch and display the underlying data. There are three main reasons for ta...

SRSHAH/CGI-Widget-Tabs-1.14 - 09 Nov 2007 18:41:31 GMT

Querylet::CGI::Auto - run a querylet as context suggests River stage zero No dependents

Querylet::CGI::Auto registers the "auto" input handler, which will use "cgi" if the GATEWAY_ENVIRONMENT environment variable is set, and "term" otherwise. Since Querylet::CGI will set the output format on its own, the output format should be set to t...

RJBS/Querylet-CGI-0.143 - 15 Nov 2013 03:40:32 GMT

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