Perl is a widely used programming language and among its key advantages is that it supports the so-called modules - short pieces of code which include subroutines and do various tasks. The handy side of using modules is that you will not have to write custom code or add the entire code for some task every single time it should be executed. Instead, you will be able to add just a single line in your Perl script that calls a specific module, that in turn will execute the needed action. Not only will this give you shorter and optimized scripts, but it'll also enable you to make changes swifter and much easier. If you aren't a programmer, still you'd like to begin using a Perl app which you've discovered on the web, for example, it's likely that the application will require certain modules to be already set up on the web hosting server.

Over 3400 Perl Modules in Cloud Hosting

When you buy one of the cloud hosting plans that we provide, you'll have access to a rich library of more than 3400 Perl modules which are already set up on our cloud server platform. Once you sign in to your Hepsia Control Panel, you are able to visit the Server Information section where you can see the full list. Some of them are more popular than others, but we have such a large selection as we're aware that if you use an app from a third-party site, it may have specific requirements as to which modules have to be available on the server or it may not function properly. XML::Parser, URI, LWP and DBD::mysql are on the list of modules that you will be able to access and use on your websites.

Over 3400 Perl Modules in Semi-dedicated Servers

In case you wish to employ a Perl-based web application or CGI script, you will be able to use 3400+ different modules which can be found on our cloud hosting platform and are part of every semi-dedicated server which we provide. You'll be able to see the full list anytime using your Hepsia CP along with the folder path needed for your scripts to access the modules. We recognize the fact that some third-party apps might need modules which aren't popular to work properly, hence the big number that we have installed on our end. URI, LWP, DBD::mysql and Image::Magick are amongst the modules that you'll be able to use with your Perl applications no matter the package that you opt for.