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Section 4.6.  Conclusion

 
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4.6. Conclusion

Storing and retrieving data is the backbone of programming, so it shouldn't be much of a surprise that there are so many techniques available to make it easier. We've looked at ways of storing keyed data using DBMs, extended that with serialization of objects to create a way to store objects in DBMs, then used Pixie to organize our object store. This brought us on to looking at Tangram as a more flexible and powerful object database. Next, we turned the problem over and tried to make databases look like objects, using Class::DBI. Finally, we showed how this view of databases works in concert with the templating techniques we looked at in Chapter 3 to create application frameworks like Maypole, allowing you to write large web applications with very little code.

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