Wednesday November 05, 2008
Want Mojo documentation?
I've submitted a grant proposal
to the Perl Foundation, you can leave a comment there to show them your interest, every comment counts!
Monday November 03, 2008
Mojo website launched!
Mojo 0.8 released (full Windows compatibility)
Monday October 20, 2008
Mojo 0.7 released (Perl on Rails in 150 lines of code)
Tuesday October 14, 2008
Dispatchers for dummies! :)
Saturday October 11, 2008
Thursday October 09, 2008
The core of the Mojo Web Framework
Wednesday September 24, 2008
Mojo, a new kind of web framework
It started as a Catalyst competitor but resulted in something different, the good kind of different.
Here's the first part of my upcoming blog article series,
Why Mojo won't kill Catalyst
Sunday November 05, 2006
Did TPF give up on Perl5?
Saturday May 06, 2006
Mojo applications, valid cpan modules or not?
You may know, by default Catalyst applications are valid cpan modules, with the application name as root namespace.
Now that i'm designing Mojo with usability in mind i can't think of a good reason for keeping that format.
When i made the decision 1 1/2 years ago for Catalyst i thought it would be useful to be able to upload applications to cpan, but today there is only one
Installing the applications on a host system doesn't make much sense either, so why do it again?
With the old format a Mojo app would look like this:
A newer (non valid) version could look like this.
The basic layout for scripts and tests makes sense and can naturally stay...