Let Mom Help You With Object-Oriented Programming
A simple example:
Mom allows you to use Moo features beyond simply declaring Class::Tiny-like attributes though. You can choose whether attributes are read-only, read-write, or read-write-private, whether they're required or optional, specify type constraints, defaults, etc.
An example using just some of these features:
If even that isn't enough, Mom exports all the standard Moo
with, etc keywords, so there's no need to choose between Mom and Moo.