2011.08.26 in #5
Mojolicious hack of the day: HTML5 EventSource
Sebastian Riedel (kraih) provides a short example on how to use HTML5 EventSource, which is - as he writes - 'a dead simple technology'. My first reaction was, yeah, when he writes that I know I am going to get lost. But then it turned out it is not that hard after all. Unfortunately it is not yet supported in IE.
2011.08.31 in #6
Mojolicious hack of the day: CSS4
Sebastian Riedel (sri) is again 'ahead of his time' Mojolicious supporting a draft spec.
2011.10.17 in #13
Mojolicious 2.0 released: Perl real-time web framework
Congratulation to Sebastian Riedel (sri) and the rest of the Mojolicious team! A number of significant changes were listed in the announcement. For example the minimum required version of perl was moved up to 5.10.1 and Morbo was added. Morbo is the self-restarting development web server that just works, even on Windows.
2011.11.01 in #15
Mojolicious hack of the day: WebSockets
Sebastian Riedel (sri) showing some code how WebSockets can be used in Mojolicious.
2012.02.20 in #31
Mojolicious hack of the day: More AnyEvent, oh my
Another example from Sebastian Riedel (sri).
2012.06.08 in #46
Mojolicious in the cloud: Hello Heroku!
Sebastian Riedel is showing how to deploy a Mojolicious::Lite application to the cloud.
2012.06.21 in #48
A new look for Mojolicious
Sebastian Riedel redesigned the error page. Apparently 3 month ago.
2013.05.15 in #95
Mojolicious 4.0 released: Perl real-time web framework
Sebastian Riedel announces the release of Mojolicious 4.0, and with it a list of equally delicious new features.
2014.05.29 in #149
Mojolicious 5.0 released: Perl real-time web framework
Right on the heels of the first Mojolicious conference (Mojoconf) Sebastian Riedel announced the new version.
2014.07.11 in #155
What's new in Mojolicious 5.0
19 min talk by Sebastian Riedel the author of Mojolicious. (pls note: Sound starts at 2:15)
2015.03.02 in #188
Mojolicious 6.0 released: Perl real-time web framework
A new major release of Mojolicious is out! Massive rewrites, support for things like IPv6, SOCKS5, and non-blocking name resolution, this is clearly not your grampa web framework.
2016.07.19 in #261
Mojolicious 7.0 released
A new major release of the "real-time web framework". It's smaller, has better test coverage, and can handle higher request rates.
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