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Daily archive for Saturday, 16 February 2013

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Jonathan Worthington (jnthn): NQP on JVM gets Grammars, Multiple Dispatch
Having just reached an interesting milestone, I thought I’d blog a quick progress update on my work to port NQP to the JVM, in preparation for also doing a port of Rakudo Perl 6. The big news is that the … Continue reading
Jonathan Worthington (jnthn): NQP on JVM gets Grammars, Multiple Dispatch
Having just reached an interesting milestone, I thought I’d blog a quick progress update on my work to port NQP to the JVM, in preparation for also doing a port of Rakudo Perl 6. The big news is that the … Continue reading
kimmel: Commented on Names And All That in Duncan

I think one of the problems is the "god" complex many programmers seem to have. Whether it be too look down on other programming languages, writing documentation, teaching beginnings, what operating system you use, design, etc... it all comes down to [...]

Christiaan Kras (Htbaa): Deleting files in Linux that are x-days old
Since I’m not running a PHP version provided by my distribution I’m responsible for cleaning up old session files myself. Aside from PHP another Perl webapp I run also doesn’t clean up its own session files. Luckily cleaning up thes [...]
Christiaan Kras (Htbaa): Deleting files in Linux that are x-days old
Since I’m not running a PHP version provided by my distribution I’m responsible for cleaning up old session files myself. Aside from PHP another Perl webapp I run also doesn’t clean up its own session files. Luckily cleaning up thes [...]
perlcodesample: もしかしたら役に立つかもしれないツールやモジュール
perlcodesample: 筆者の作成したCPANモジュール

 僕の作成しているPerlのモジュールです。以下のモジュールは継続的に機能向上とメンテナンスがなされています。バグがあったときは、早い対応が可能です。機能に対する要望を聞くことも可能です。

DBIx::Custom

 データベースへの便利なアクセスをサポートするモジュールです。

Validator::Custom

 HTMLフォームのバリデーションをサポートするモジュールです。

Ob [...]

Matt S. Trout (mst): Pumpkin Perl Breakdown - What, Why, How

Enough broad strokes; let's try and itemise this thing.

Matt S. Trout (mst): Pumpkin Perl - the Patchset

The repository, the branch, the manifesto

Gabor Szabo (szabgab): I am sad
I am just sad seeing people paint the Perl 6 developers as the enemy. As the reason for whatever trouble Perl 5 experiences. It looks like a search for a scapegoat. Please, stop this....
Sebastian Riedel (sri): Mangolicious

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I’m very happy to announce the first alpha release of Mango, a new pure-Perl non-blocking I/O MongoDB client, and the latest Mojolicious spin-off project.

If you’ve ever worked with the official MongoDB driver for Perl, you’re probably wel [...]

Sebastian Riedel (sri): Mojolicious 3.0 released: Perl real-time web framework

It fills me with great joy to announce the release of Mojolicious 3.0 (Rainbow).

This marks the first major release for our newly formed core team, consisting of Glen Hinkle, Marcus Ramberg, Abhijit Menon-Sen and yours truly. A lot has happened during [...]

Sebastian Riedel (sri): Mojolicious in the cloud: Hello Heroku!

A lot has changed in the world of cloud hosting since the last time i took a closer look at one of the providers. Almost all of them support Perl these days, directly or indirectly. One of the most prominent ones is Heroku, and today we are going to [...]

Sebastian Riedel (sri): Mojolicious hack of the day: More AnyEvent, oh my

Ever since we added AnyEvent support to Mojolicious through EV, it has been a very popular feature. But so far it required Mojolicious to be in control of the event loop, which limited its usefulness quite a bit. That has changed now, both our web se [...]

Sebastian Riedel (sri): Mojolicious and DBIx::Class

If you’ve ever been wondering how a well designed DBIx::Class model for Mojolicious and Mojolicious::Lite applications would look like, Glen Hinkle got you covered with his latest release.

The example application demonstrates DBIx::Class integration [...]

Sebastian Riedel (sri): A logo for MetaCPAN

In case you’ve missed it, there is currently a logo contest for MetaCPAN in progress. I’m generally not a big fan of contests, but since it’s for the Perl community, i’m participating as well. Here’s what i came up with. (the [...]

Sebastian Riedel (sri): Mojocast #5 Mojo::UserAgent

Merry christmas everyone, today Glen “tempire” Hinkle has a special treat for us. In this Mojocast he demonstrates why interacting with the web from Perl has never been this much fun before, you should take a look!

Mojocast Monday brings you a high-le [...]

Sebastian Riedel (sri): Mojocast #4 Stash, Flash, and Sessions

Happy Mojocast monday everyone. This time Glen “tempire” Hinkle will explain to you the very important task of sharing data between the various parts of a Mojolicious application. So, what are you waiting for? Get over there and learn web development [...]

Sebastian Riedel (sri): Mojolicious 2.0 released: Perl real-time web framework

I’m very happy to announce the release of Mojolicious 2.0 (Leaf Fluttering In Wind).

It is now almost a year since our first stable release, and what a great year it has been. The community really exploded, with now over 100 regulars on the IRC channe [...]

Sebastian Riedel (sri): Mojolicious hack of the day: Web scraping with collections

Today we are going to use the Mojolicious user agent to scrape Perl headlines from Reddit, and then transform them further with collections, another one of our latest experimental features.

Have fun!

Sebastian Riedel (sri): Mojolicious hack of the day: Testing WebSockets

In Mojolicious we care a great deal about testing, after all most of Mojolicious itself was developed using test driven development. Recently WebSockets have turned out to be a real challenge in this regard, their extremely dynamic nature makes it pr [...]

Sebastian Riedel (sri): Mojolicious hack of the day: CSS4

Sooner or later most web developers stumble over one not so insignificant weakness of CSS3 Selectors, you can’t select parent elements. So while you can select img elements with an a parent, you can’t select a elements with an img child.

But this has [...]

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