- MY CRITERION
- TASK CONTENTS
Task::BeLike::TOKUHIROM - modules I use
This Task installs modules that I need to work with. They are listed in this distribution's cpanfile.
- I don't like the module breaks backward compatibility.
- I don't like the module makes slow the my script's starting up time.
- Simple and small library is great.
- I don't like the module wraps and it provides ::Easy interface.
Most of ::Easy stuff does not provides all features. A short time later, I need to switch the original library. *Sigh*
Minilla is an authoring tool to maintaining CPAN modules. It provides best practice for managing your module.
Scan prereqs from library code and generate cpanfile.
The best CPAN module installer. It's a very simple and useful. Zero configuration required. I always use this for install modules.
Carton is a installer for the application. It installs modules locally for every applications.
File::ShareDir enables share directory for each CPAN modules. You can include assets to CPAN module with this module.
It's the best client library for accessing MetaCPAN API.
This library helps to build perl5 binary.
plenv is yet another perl binary manager.
Use plenv to pick a Perl version for your application and guarantee that your development environment matches production. Put plenv to work with Carton for painless Perl upgrades and bulletproof deployments.
I'm using RDBMS for storing data.
DBI is a de facto standard library for accessing RDBMS.
SQLite3 is the best solution for storing complex data if you want to store the data to file.
MySQL is also great if you want to store the data from web application.
UnQLite is a great file based key value store.
GDBM_File is also great, but it requires external C library.
Teng is an O/R Mapper. It's very thin and fast.
Coro provides cooperative threads. Coro is very useful if you are writing I/O intensive script.
Pure-perl, dictionary included portable spelling checker.
I use this to checking spelling miss in POD.
This is the best POD parser library I guess.
This is a CSV parser/generator library.
The best template engine in Perl5. It's pretty fast. I'm use this in my web applications.
Is the embedded Perl. It's written in pure perl. Then, I'm using this for tiny scripts, toolchain stuff, etc.
Plack is the infrastructure for writing web applications.
Amon2 is a lightweight, fast, web application framework.
Is a fast HTTP server written in Perl5.
Fill the stuff to form.
Imager is the library for image processing.
POSIX::AtFork makes to run the code when the process was forked. I'm run
$dbh-disconnect> after the forking.
I'm use this for writing worker process using Q4M.
This library detects when the files are changed.
It makes faster the Filesys::Notify::Simple
Furl is a fast HTTP client library.
is great module to scraping.
enables jQuery like operation for HTML.
JSON::XS is pretty fast. I'm use this for the point what needs performance.
JSON::PP is written in pure perl. And it's bundled to latest Perl5. I'm use this for writing toolchain related scripts.
Change directory temporarily for a limited scope.
It's great for finding files.
It provides zsh like glob operation.
Is a best profiling library for Perl5.
It's really simple accessor library. It does not need to inherit.
I use this to say "Hey! Please switch to Moo instead of Moose!".
I'm using this in my web applications. Because Text::Xslate depends to Mouse.
Yes. It's most basic library.
I'm using this library to send mails. Email::Sender 1.300000+ is based on Moo. There is no reason to use Email::Send!
Copyright (C) tokuhirom.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.