We had a great four days at meta::hack a couple of weeks ago. I've tried to briefly summarize what we accomplished.
Disclaimer: I'm sure this functionality exists elsewhere, but this was a fun little thing for me to work on. Also, you'll need a minimum of git 2.7 for this to work.
Often, when I'm working locally I like to bounce right over to a GitHub repository url to check something. I ended up writing a bit of code to make this easier. While I was at it, I decided it would be nice to have the same thing for Travis URLs. So, I've released this as part of Git::Helpers.When you're inside a Git repository, you can use ="https://met…
Every so often you find yourself requiring the download URL for a CPAN module. You can use the MetaCPAN API to do this quite easily, but depending on your use case, you may not be able to do this in a single query. Well, that's actually not entirely true. Now that we have v1 of the MetaCPAN API deployed, you can test out the shiny new (experimental) download_url endpoint.
I've been tooling around with a fun little app that I'm building on evenings and weekends. As part of that work I figured I'd let users authenticate via Runkeeper. Luckily Runkeeper uses OAuth2 and it's all pretty easy to get going with. I've published my very small contribution as Mojolicious::Plugin::Web::Auth::Site::Runkeeper
On a similar note, earlier this year I also released Mojolicious::Plugin::Web::Auth::Site…
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- meta::hack Wrap-up Report
- Getting To Travis and GitHub URLs in a Hurry
- How to Get a CPAN Module Download URL
- Easy OAuth Integration with Runkeeper and Spotify
- MetaCPAN at the 2016 Perl QA Hackathon
- HTTP::Response may have a different definition of success than you do
- Upgrading Business::PayPal::API
- Building your own MMDB databases for IP-specific data
- Stop Writing Your Own Commify Functions
- On the status of HTTP::BrowserDetect