Static can be more

Static can be more

By Jozef Kutej (‎jozef‎) from,
Date: Wednesday, 5 August 2009 11:55
Duration: 40 minutes
Target audience: Beginning Perl
Tags: html static tt2

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In these days of Personal Home Page-s, Active Server Pages, JavaServer Pages, Common Gateway Interface-s and all sort of other server-side fun, I would like to show you the power of static content. As an example I'll use site which is build using TT2, XSLT, Makefile and of course Perl.

The site features:

* common look and feel on all pages
* rss feed + events page in sync
* static redirections
* 2 language versions (i18n)
* feedback (generated) form
* xhtml validated pages
* internal links checker
* JS+CSS minification
* book store
* planet
* 2 stage development (dev+prod)
* auto deployment from SVN with commit diff emails

Most of it, that doesn't require network (like planet, store and feedback) is possible to host offline from file://.

Why attend?

The talk will show life of one small (but still full of features) web page. We will walk through server configuration, deployment to development with lots of concrete & practical tips|examples.

Attended by: Andrew Shitov (‎ash‎), Peter Stoehr, Anders Nielsen (‎anielsen‎), Martin Schipany (‎ElCondor‎), Jonathan Worthington (‎jnthn‎), Luciano Rocha (‎Strange‎), Pedro Melo (‎melo‎), Armando Reis (‎AReis‎), Oliver Thieke (‎o-thieke‎), Jozef Kutej (‎jozef‎), Olivier Mengué (‎dolmen‎), Mário Barbosa, Elizabeth Mattijsen (‎liz‎), Stan Sawa, Flavio Poletti (‎polettix‎), Petru Ratiu (‎rpetre‎), Darius Jokilehto, Andreas Hetey, Stefan Hornburg (‎racke‎), Herbert Breunung (‎lichtkind‎), Emmanuel Rodriguez (‎potyl‎), Luis Rodrigues (‎goblin‎), Michael Kröll (‎pepl‎),