Embperl gives you the power to embed Perl code in your HTML documents and the ability to build your web site out of small, reusable objects in an object-oriented style. You can also take advantage of all the standard Perl modules (including DBI for database access) and use their functionality to easily include their output in your web pages.
Embperl has several features that are especially useful for creating HTML, including dynamic tables, form-field processing, URL escaping/unescaping, session handling, and more.
Embperl is a server-side tool, which means that it's browser-independent. It can run in various ways: under mod_perl, as a CGI script, or offline.
For database access, there is a module called DBIx::Recordset that works well with Embperl and simplifies creating web pages with database content.
Available from CPAN. See the module manpage for more information.
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