A simplistic JSON-RPC wd 1.1 client and dispatcher for Perl
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NAME
    JSON::RPC::Simple - Simple JSON-RPC client and dispatcher (WD 1.1 subset
    only currently)

SYNOPSIS
    As client

      use JSON::RPC::Simple;
      
  my $client = JSON::RPC::Simple->connect("https://www.example.com/API/", {
        timeout => 600,
      });
      my $r = $client->echo({ param1 => "value" });

    As server:

      package MyApp::API;
      
  use base qw(JSON::RPC::Simple);

      sub new { return bless {}, shift };
      
  sub echo : JSONRpcMethod(Arg1, Arg2, Arg3) {
        my ($self, $request, $args) = @_;
      }
          
  package MyApp::Handler;
      
  my $dispatcher = JSON::RPC::Simple->dispatch_to({
        "/API" => MyApp::API->new(),
        "/OtherAPI" => "MyApp::OtherAPI",
      });
      
  sub handle {
        my $request = shift; # Assume a HTTP::Request
        my $response = $dispatcher->handle($request->uri->path, $request);
        return $response; # Assume a HTTP::Response
      }

DESCRIPTION
    This module is a very simple JSON-RPC 1.1 WD implementation that only
    supports a subset of the specification.

    It supports

    HTTP POST only
    Named and positonal arguments
    Error objects

USAGE
  As a client
    This module provides a class method for creating a client that works as
    a shortcut to "JSON::RPC::Simple::Client->new(...)".

    connect(URL)
    connect(URL, \%OPTIONS)
        Returns a new client for the given *URL* with the optional
        *%OPTIONS*.

        See "options" in JSON::RPC::Simple::Client for what options it
        accepts.

AUTHOR
    Claes Jakobsson, <claesjac@cpan.org>

THANKS & CONTRIBUTORS
	Scott Baker
	
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
    Copyright (C) 2010-2011 by Claes Jakobsson and Glue Finance AB

    This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
    under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.10.0 or, at
    your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.