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  • Mojo as a_client

    1. 1. Mojo as a HTTP A new beginning
    2. 2. I am Marcus I work here
    3. 3. In the beginning there was LWP
    4. 4. First Changelog Entry: Thu 18 May 1995 Martijn Koster <m.koster@nexor.co.uk> o Mentioned on libwww-perl that I had changed the classes around lots.
    5. 5. Became wildly popular, default choice for HTTP in Perl.
    6. 6. Starting to show it’s age
    7. 7. Clunky API No Async No Web Socket ...
    8. 8. The time is ripe for a new beginning.
    9. 9. perl -Mojo -e' g("vg.no/") ->dom(".article-content h3 a") ->each(sub { b(shift->text) ->decode->say })'
    10. 10. Actually, it didn’t happen just like that.
    11. 11. Sebastian Riedel @kraih
    12. 12. Took over Maypole. Wanted to make radical changes
    13. 13. Got Booted
    14. 14. Created Catalyst. Wanted to make radical changes
    15. 15. Got Booted
    16. 16. Made Mojolicious. Wanted to target PHP developers & Perl 6
    17. 17. Ease of install/porting ➜ Only Perl5 core dependencies
    18. 18. Bootstrapping: curl -L cpanmin.us | sudo perl - Mojolicious
    19. 19. Wrote an async HTTP 1.1 compliant stack
    20. 20. Mojo::Transaction Mojo::Message::Response Mojo::Cookie Mojo::URL +++
    21. 21. Test Driven Development
    22. 22. RFC Driven Development
    23. 23. PRAGMATIC
    24. 24. Next logical step: Add a client on top of this stack.
    25. 25. Mojo == Lego Built from reusable bricks.
    26. 26. Parallel requests
    27. 27. my $callback = sub { print shift−>res−>body }; $client−>get('http://mojolicious.org' => $callback); $client−>get('http://search.cpan.org' => $callback); $client−>start;
    28. 28. Form Handling
    29. 29. # Form post with exception handling my $cpan = 'http://search.cpan.org/search'; my $search = {q => 'mojo'}; my $tx = $client−>post_form($cpan => $search); if (my $res = $tx−>success) { print $res−>body } else { my ($message, $code) = $tx−>error; print "Error: $message"; }
    30. 30. Web Sockets
    31. 31. $client−>websocket( 'ws://websockets.org:8787' => sub { my $client = shift; $client−>on_message( sub { my ($client, $message) = @_; print "$messagen"; $client−>finish; }); $client−>send_message('hiya!'); })−>start;
    32. 32. Oneliners
    33. 33. Collection of single letter commands.
    34. 34. g ➜ get d ➜ delete f ➜ form post p ➜ post u ➜ put w ➜ websocket
    35. 35. Special Cases b ➜ byte stream, a ➜ Lite app
    36. 36. #ojo module my $res = g( 'http://mojolicio.us', {'Content−Type' => 'text/plain'}, 'Hello!' ); perl -Mojo -e 'b(g("mojolicio.us")->dom->at("title")->text)->say' perl -Mojo -E'g("bloomberg.com")->dom("a.story_link")->each(sub { say shift->text; })' perl -Mojo -E'g("digg.com")->dom("a.story-title")->each(sub { say pop, ". ", shift->text })' # Undocumented o(fun) Mojolicious cloud function: perl -Mojo -e 'oO("http://www.reddit.com")->dom->find("a.title")- >each(sub { Oo(pop . ". " . shift->text)->say })'
    37. 37. Mojo::DOM
    38. 38. Liberal XML Parser
    39. 39. Supports all CSS3 selectors that make sense
    40. 40. * E[foo=”bar”] E:checked E:empty E:nth-child E:first-of-type E:not(s) EF E>F ++++
    41. 41. o(fun) If you need performance use libXML
    42. 42. SOME RANDOM BITS
    43. 43. Supports IPV6, TLS,proxies, epoll, kqueue
    44. 44. DEBUG MODE ENV VARIABLE MOJO_CLIENT_DEBUG=1 perl -Mojo -E’...’
    45. 45. # Streaming response my $tx = $client−>build_tx(GET => 'http://mojolicious.org'); $tx−>res−>body(sub { print $_[1] }); $client−>start($tx); # Custom socket my $tx = $client−>build_tx(GET => 'http://mojolicious.org'); $tx−>connection($socket); $client−>start($tx);
    46. 46. Big Body Just Works (temp storage on filesystem)
    47. 47. $res->json Automatic JSON deserialization
    48. 48. o(fun) Every file in the distro has a Simpsons or Futurama quote.
    49. 49. Now also handles disconnected keep-alive gracefully. (this was not the case when we started using it).
    50. 50. Test Driven Development
    51. 51. You provide failing test. kraih provides fix.
    52. 52. Learn More Mojo mojolicious.org github.com/kraih/mojo #mojo on irc.perl.org groups.google.com/group/mojolicious

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