HTTP::Proxy, nipping and tucking the web

HTTP::Proxy, nipping and tucking the web

By Philippe Bruhat (‎BooK‎) from Lyon.pm
Date: Friday, 2 September 2005 11:30
Duration: 40 minutes

You can find more information on the speaker's site:

HTTP::Proxy is a web proxy written in pure Perl.

It lets one modify the content of web requests and response on the fly, thanks to a system of filter stacks.

After almost a full year with any updates, development started again. This talk will present the proxy itself, the new features added since March 2005 and what the future holds.

Tentative outline:
- history of the project
- internal architecture of the proxy
- standard filters
- fun proxy examples
- useful proxy examples
- new features since 0.14
- performance improvements

Note: The link points to the presentation made at YAPC::Europe 2004.

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