Perl is a popular programming language and among its main pros is the fact that it supports the so-called modules - short bits of program code which contain subroutines and execute a number of tasks. The handy side of using modules is that you won't have to create custom-made code or add the entire code for a certain task each time it needs to be executed. Alternatively, you can add only one line in your Perl script that calls a certain module, that consequently will perform the necessary action. Not only will this result in shorter and improved scripts, but it will enable you to make changes quicker and easier. If you aren't a programmer, but you would like to use a Perl app that you've found on the worldwide web, for instance, it is likely that the app will require certain modules to be already set up on your web hosting server.
Over 3400 Perl Modules in Cloud Hosting
When you acquire one of the Linux cloud hosting
that we provide, you will get access to a rich library of over 3400 Perl modules which are already installed on our cloud server platform. Once you log in to your Hepsia Control Panel, you are able to visit the Server Information section where you could check the full list. Part of them are more popular than others, yet we have such a large number as we're aware that when you employ an app from some third-party site, it may have certain prerequisites as to what modules have to be present on the server or it will not work efficiently. XML::Parser, URI, LWP and DBD::mysql are among the modules that you'll be able to access and use on your sites.
Over 3400 Perl Modules in Semi-dedicated Servers
In case you need 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 single semi-dedicated server
that we provide. You shall be able to see the full list whenever you want using your Hepsia CP alongside the folder path needed for your scripts to access the modules. We realize the fact that some third-party apps could need modules which are not quite popular to run correctly, hence the large amount 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 no matter the package you opt for.