NAME

WorldCat::API - Moo bindings for the OCLC WorldCat API

VERSION

version 1.002

SYNOPSIS

  my $api = WorldCat::API->new(
    institution_id => "...",
    principle_id => "...",
    principle_id_namespace => "...",
    secret => "...",
    wskey => "...",
  );

  my $marc_record = $api->find_by_oclc_number("123") or die "Not Found!";

CONFIGURATION

Defaults are set via envrionment variables of the form "WORLDCAT_API_${ALL_CAPS_ATTR_NAME}". An easy way to set defaults (e.g. for testing) is to add them to a .env at the root of the project:

  $ cat <<EOF > .env
  WORLDCAT_API_INSTITUTION_ID="..."
  WORLDCAT_API_PRINCIPLE_ID="..."
  WORLDCAT_API_PRINCIPLE_ID_NAMESPACE="..."
  WORLDCAT_API_SECRET="..."
  WORLDCAT_API_WSKEY="..."
  EOF

DOCKER

The included Dockerfile makes it easy to develop, test, and release using Dist::Zilla. Just build the container:

  $ docker build -t worldcatapi .

dzil functions as the container's entrypoint, which makes it easy to build the project:

  $ docker run --volume="$PWD:/app" --env-file=.env worldcatapi build
  $ docker run --volume="$PWD:/app" --env-file=.env worldcatapi test
  $ docker run --volume="$PWD:/app" --env-file=.env worldcatapi clean

Release and development are interactive processes. You can use Docker for that, too, by opening a persistent shell in the container:

  $ docker run -it --volume="$PWD:/app" --entrypoint=/bin/bash worldcatapi

AUTHOR

Daniel Schmidt <danschmidt5189@gmail.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2018 by Daniel Schmidt.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.