ojo

Section: User Contributed Perl Documentation (3)
Updated: 2018-11-22
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NAME

ojo - Fun one-liners with Mojo  

SYNOPSIS

  $ perl -Mojo -E 'say g("mojolicious.org")->dom->at("title")->text'

 

DESCRIPTION

A collection of automatically exported functions for fun Perl one-liners. Ten redirects will be followed by default, you can change this behavior with the "MOJO_MAX_REDIRECTS" environment variable.

  $ MOJO_MAX_REDIRECTS=0 perl -Mojo -E 'say g("example.com")->code'

Proxy detection is enabled by default, but you can disable it with the "MOJO_PROXY" environment variable.

  $ MOJO_PROXY=0 perl -Mojo -E 'say g("example.com")->body'

TLS certificate verification can be disabled with the "MOJO_INSECURE" environment variable.

  $ MOJO_INSECURE=1 perl -Mojo -E 'say g("https://127.0.0.1:3000")->body'

Every ojo one-liner is also a Mojolicious::Lite application.

  $ perl -Mojo -E 'get "/" => {inline => "%= time"}; app->start' get /

On Perl 5.20+ subroutine signatures will be enabled automatically.

  $ perl -Mojo -E 'a(sub ($c) { $c->render(text => 'Hello!') })->start' get /

If it is not already defined, the "MOJO_LOG_LEVEL" environment variable will be set to "fatal".  

FUNCTIONS

ojo implements the following functions, which are automatically exported.  

a

  my $app = a('/hello' => sub { $_->render(json => {hello => 'world'}) });

Create a route with ``any'' in Mojolicious::Lite and return the current Mojolicious::Lite object. The current controller object is also available to actions as $_. See also Mojolicious::Guides::Tutorial for more argument variations.

  $ perl -Mojo -E 'a("/hello" => {text => "Hello Mojo!"})->start' daemon

 

b

  my $stream = b('lalala');

Turn string into a Mojo::ByteStream object.

  $ perl -Mojo -E 'b(g("mojolicious.org")->body)->html_unescape->say'

 

c

  my $collection = c(1, 2, 3);

Turn list into a Mojo::Collection object.  

d

  my $res = d('example.com');
  my $res = d('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => 'Hi!');
  my $res = d('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => form => {a => 'b'});
  my $res = d('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => json => {a => 'b'});

Perform "DELETE" request with ``delete'' in Mojo::UserAgent and return resulting Mojo::Message::Response object.  

f

  my $path = f('/home/sri/foo.txt');

Turn string into a Mojo::File object.

  $ perl -Mojo -E 'say r j f("hello.json")->slurp'

 

g

  my $res = g('example.com');
  my $res = g('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => 'Hi!');
  my $res = g('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => form => {a => 'b'});
  my $res = g('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => json => {a => 'b'});

Perform "GET" request with ``get'' in Mojo::UserAgent and return resulting Mojo::Message::Response object.

  $ perl -Mojo -E 'say g("mojolicious.org")->dom("h1")->map("text")->join("\n")'

 

h

  my $res = h('example.com');
  my $res = h('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => 'Hi!');
  my $res = h('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => form => {a => 'b'});
  my $res = h('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => json => {a => 'b'});

Perform "HEAD" request with ``head'' in Mojo::UserAgent and return resulting Mojo::Message::Response object.  

j

  my $bytes = j([1, 2, 3]);
  my $bytes = j({foo => 'bar'});
  my $value = j($bytes);

Encode Perl data structure or decode JSON with ``j'' in Mojo::JSON.

  $ perl -Mojo -E 'f("hello.json")->spurt(j {hello => "world!"})'

 

n

  n {...};
  n {...} 100;

Benchmark block and print the results to "STDERR", with an optional number of iterations, which defaults to 1.

  $ perl -Mojo -E 'n { say g("mojolicious.org")->code }'

 

o

  my $res = o('example.com');
  my $res = o('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => 'Hi!');
  my $res = o('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => form => {a => 'b'});
  my $res = o('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => json => {a => 'b'});

Perform "OPTIONS" request with ``options'' in Mojo::UserAgent and return resulting Mojo::Message::Response object.  

p

  my $res = p('example.com');
  my $res = p('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => 'Hi!');
  my $res = p('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => form => {a => 'b'});
  my $res = p('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => json => {a => 'b'});

Perform "POST" request with ``post'' in Mojo::UserAgent and return resulting Mojo::Message::Response object.  

r

  my $perl = r({data => 'structure'});

Dump a Perl data structure with ``dumper'' in Mojo::Util.

  perl -Mojo -E 'say r g("example.com")->headers->to_hash'

 

t

  my $res = t('example.com');
  my $res = t('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => 'Hi!');
  my $res = t('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => form => {a => 'b'});
  my $res = t('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => json => {a => 'b'});

Perform "PATCH" request with ``patch'' in Mojo::UserAgent and return resulting Mojo::Message::Response object.  

u

  my $res = u('example.com');
  my $res = u('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => 'Hi!');
  my $res = u('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => form => {a => 'b'});
  my $res = u('http://example.com' => {Accept => '*/*'} => json => {a => 'b'});

Perform "PUT" request with ``put'' in Mojo::UserAgent and return resulting Mojo::Message::Response object.  

x

  my $dom = x('<div>Hello!</div>');

Turn HTML/XML input into Mojo::DOM object.

  $ perl -Mojo -E 'say x(f("test.html")->slurp)->at("title")->text'

 

SEE ALSO

Mojolicious, Mojolicious::Guides, <https://mojolicious.org>.


 

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