Attribute::Memoize - A Memoize attribute River stage one • 6 direct dependents • 6 total dependents

This attribute makes it slightly easier (and modern) to memoize a function by providing an attribute, ":Memoize" that makes it unnecessary for you to explicitly call "Memoize::memoize()". Options can be passed via the attribute per usual (see the "At...

DANKOGAI/Attribute-Util-1.07 - 24 Feb 2013 09:18:06 GMT

Memoize::Memcached::Attribute - auto-memoize function results using memcached and subroutine attributes River stage zero No dependents

Memoization is a process whereby you cache the results of a function, based on its input, in memory so that repeated calls to the same function don't waste cycles recalculating the results. Generally you use it with functions that are somewhat expens...

JIMBOB/Memoize-Memcached-Attribute-0.11 - 11 Jun 2012 17:29:47 GMT

Attribute::Util - Assorted general utility attributes River stage one • 6 direct dependents • 6 total dependents

When used without argument, this module provides four universally accessible attributes of general interest as follows: Abstract See Attribute::Abstract. Alias See Attribute::Alias. Memoize See Attribute::Memoize. Method See Attribute::Method. SigHan...

DANKOGAI/Attribute-Util-1.07 - 24 Feb 2013 09:18:06 GMT

Attribute::Method - No more 'my $self = shift;' River stage one • 6 direct dependents • 6 total dependents

This Attribute makes your subroutine a method -- $self is automagically set and the parameter list is supported. This trick is actually introduced in "Perl Hacks", hack #47. But the code sample therein is a little buggy so have a look at this module ...

DANKOGAI/Attribute-Util-1.07 - 24 Feb 2013 09:18:06 GMT

Attribute::Cached - easily cache subroutines results using a :Cached attribute River stage zero No dependents

In many applications, including web apps, caching data is used to help scale the sites, trading a slight lack of immediacy in results with a lower load on DB and other resources. Usually we'll do something like this sub my_query { my ($self, %pars) =...

OSFAMERON/Attribute-Cached-0.02 - 24 Nov 2009 22:45:27 GMT

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