2017.05.21 in #304
Mohawk mainly worked on ExtUtils::MakeMaker, but he also helped Ingy with Inline::C.
2017.05.27 in #305
graphql-perl - a GraphQL reference implementation in Perl
2017.09.15 in #321
graphql-perl - MooX::Thunking - Deferred computation attributes
GraphQL is query language for APIs and the code fullfilling those queries. Created and released by Facebook.
2017.11.16 in #330
graphql-perl - plugin to make GraphQL 'just work' with DBIx::Class
GraphQL is a query language for your API and a runtime for fulfilling those queries.
2017.11.28 in #332
graphql-perl - Plugin to Make GraphQL 'just work' with OpenAPI
This new plugin provides conversion from a given OpenAPI specification to a GraphQL schema.
2018.01.07 in #337
Test::Snapshot - automate externalising "expected" data
What if you have a bunch of test cases with input data files and expected output data files and then, due to a change in the requirements the code and thus the expectation should change. Will you update all the expected data files manually? With Test::Snapshot you can automate that task.
2018.10.18 in #378
XML::Invisible - writing parsers without pain or code
With the recently released XML::Invisible v0.03, you can write parsers that produce XML-like Abstract Syntax Trees (AST), or actual XML documents, without writing any code.
2018.10.21 in #379
JSON::Transform - transform JSON-able data structures without code
Where would you use this?
2019.04.13 in #403
Memoising - standardisation of normalisation
2020.06.11 in #464
graphql-perl - plugin to make GraphQL "just work" with Mojo publish/subscribe functionality
Cool combination of GraphQL and Mojolicious.
2021.12.21 in #544
PDL 2.063_01 released
Summary: 64-bit indexing, native complex number support, automatic pthreading using all available CPU cores, faster installation thanks to parallel-building, memory-mapped data, repository hosted on GitHub, easy to use "with" Inline.
2022.03.17 in #556
PDL 2.077 released
Lots of performace improvements in the latest release. Please check out the link for more details.
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