2013.08.16 in #108
Continuous deployment with #Mojolicious and @github
Jan Henning Thorsen mentions hypnotoad, the Mojolicious web server that can do hot deployment and introduces Toadfarm that can handle post-receive hooks of Git and Github to pull and deploy your latest and greatest version of your web application.
2013.09.05 in #111
Mojopaste - A #pastebin based on #Mojolicious
Pastebins are useful web apps to share code snippets with everybody. Thanks to Jan Henning Thorsen, there's now a new Mojolicious-based take on the tool.
2014.03.09 in #137
How to deploy #Mojolicious apps on @DigitalOcean
Cloud hosting. Not only convenient, but also pretty easy, as Jan Henning Thorsen demonstrates.
2015.07.10 in #207
Reasons for choosing Mojolicious
Jan wrote a piece on why Mojolicious is a good choice for new web projects in general, and a RESTful API in particular, in response to a question on Perl Monks.
2015.08.31 in #215
Convos, the mojolicious-powered browser chat app, is back, all refactor and enhanced with more spiffiness.
2015.09.20 in #217
Testing with a real database
Jan presents his new DBIx::TempDB module, which helps with testing your DB code with a temporary database.
2015.10.31 in #223
How I write web applications
Jan talks us through his personal toolkit for building and deploying web applications, at the center of which is Mojolicious.
2016.02.21 in #239
A rewrite of the asset-building Mojolicious plugin is in the wings. Come and see what changes Jan has in mind.
2020.05 in #461
Convos 4.08 was released with video support
In case you don't know, Convos is a multiuser chat application written in Perl.
2022.05.30 in #566
Write and test Perl command line tools with ease
2022.06.12 in #568
Mojo::IOLoop likes running programs asynchronously
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