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.
2021.03.28 in #505
Playwright and Mojolicious
Playwright is an alternative to Selenium created by Microsoft with some interesting features and risks.
If you are not yet subscribed, you can do it now. Free of charge:
Just ONE e-mail each Monday. Easy to unsubscribe
. No spam. Your e-mail address is safe.
This newsletter is about the Perl Programming languages.