2011.12.01 in #19
Visualization of the Mojo class tree
A nice picture by Marcus Ramberg showing the class hierarchy of Mojo and Mojolicious.
2014.06.17 in #152
Building Convos, a modern IRC client for your browser
Marcus Ramberg talks about Mojolicious and HTML5 Web Technologies like Web Sockets, Desktop Notifications, Media Queries, and Push State. (Mojoconf - 25 min)
2014.10.05 in #168
Building Ansible Modules with Perl and Mojolicious
Ansible is one of those snazzy tools that automate the installation and management of software/configuration/all the things on armies of machines. It's written in Python, but works well with components written in anything else. Marcus Ramberg shows us how his Perl scripts interfaces with it using Mojolicious.
2015.08.31 in #215
Porting AnsibleModule to Perl.
The IT automation tool Ansible is written in Python, and so are most of its modules (natch). But they are not restricted to that language as Ansible also has a JSON-based interface to its modules that is utterly language-agnostic. Marcus doesn't only show us how to use this to our Perlish advantage, but also how his modules can help the interfacing (and testing!).
2017.02.17 in #291
Manipulating the file system with Mojo::File
Mojolicious now includes Mojo::File, a class for manipulating files. I haven't done a feature-by-feature comparison, but it's similar to Path::Tiny, if you're familiar with that.
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