package Mojo;
use Mojo::Base -strict;

# "Professor: These old Doomsday devices are dangerously unstable. I'll rest
#             easier not knowing where they are."

=encoding utf8

=head1 NAME

Mojo - Web development toolkit


  # HTTP/WebSocket user agent
  use Mojo::UserAgent;
  my $ua = Mojo::UserAgent->new;
  say $ua->get('')->result->headers->server;

  # HTML/XML DOM parser with CSS selectors
  use Mojo::DOM;
  my $dom = Mojo::DOM->new('<div><b>Hello Mojo!</b></div>');
  say $dom->at('div > b')->text;

  # Perl-ish templates
  use Mojo::Template;
  my $mt = Mojo::Template->new(vars => 1);
  say $mt->render('Hello <%= $what %>!', {what => 'Mojo'});

  # HTTP/WebSocket server
  use Mojo::Server::Daemon;
  my $daemon = Mojo::Server::Daemon->new(listen => ['http://*:8080']);
  $daemon->unsubscribe('request')->on(request => sub ($daemon, $tx) {
    $tx->res->body('Hello Mojo!');

  # Event loop
  use Mojo::IOLoop;
  for my $seconds (1 .. 5) {
    Mojo::IOLoop->timer($seconds => sub { say $seconds });


A powerful web development toolkit, with all the basic tools and helpers needed to write simple web applications and
higher level web frameworks, such as L<Mojolicious>. Some of the most commonly used tools are L<Mojo::UserAgent>,
L<Mojo::DOM>, L<Mojo::JSON>, L<Mojo::Server::Daemon>, L<Mojo::Server::Prefork>, L<Mojo::IOLoop> and L<Mojo::Template>.

See L<Mojolicious::Guides> for more!

=head1 SEE ALSO

L<Mojolicious>, L<Mojolicious::Guides>, L<>.