2012.05.08 in #42
Simulating multiple, lazy attributes
If I told you that you'll see an example of 'native attribute traits and accessor currying of Moose', would you be interested? What if it helped you reduce code and make it easy to write accessors for a configuration file? Written by Chris Weyl of White-Point Star, LLC.
2012.05.20 in #43
vim snippet to generate package name from the filename
Are you tired of typing in the package name of a new module? Now, thanks to the vim Fu of Chris Weyl you can eliminate that frustration.
2012.05.25 in #44
Cheap caching with AutoDestruct
Chris Weyl describes how the AutoDestruct Moose attribute can help you set an expiration date on values of a class. Perfect for making the attributes work as a cache with limited life-time.
2015.04.08 in #194
MX::AttributeShortcuts -- now with Moo-style type constraints
New release of the module that gives you more Moose for less boiler-plate. Now with 73% more constraints! And it's a good thing, I swear!
2015.07.29 in #210
Short and sweet example of how the currying pattern can help to stay DRY (that is: Don't Repeat Yourself).
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