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on each request.If you are wondering what the purpose of this is, think about the technology behind Amazon recommendations and numerous sites that implement 'you may be interested in this' functionality. Once your content is classified, it isn't too
Disclaimer: I see this as a nice little hack, and something that I’ll use for development and fast prototyping. I’m not recommending it for production use and I know and appreciate that the guys behind Umbraco would probably discourage this in terms of 'best practices'. There is nothing here you couldn't do with C#.
Anyway, having said that, I think Perl is a great and very current technology. I use it day in day out as part of my work with Interwoven TeamSite and it still powers some of the biggest sites on the web including the BBC and parts of Amazon. Web frameworks like Catalyst are excellent and I’m quite prepared to argue my corner with anyone who thinks that Perl is old ‘skool’ and dated.
For those of you who aren’t
At Moriyama we have several implementations:
Azure Blob storage
We'll take a look at the last one. The REST deployment adapter sends the serialised content to an endpoint and allows the receiving