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@@ -7,8 +7,6 @@ Class\*
- the third one will be about writing tests with **Test::Class**
- the last one will focus on **Catalyst**
-The code of these modules will be available on [my git server](http://git.lumberjaph.net/) at the same time each article is published.
-
> I'm not showing you how to write the perfect feed aggregator. The purpose of this series of articles is only to show you how to write a simple aggregator using modern Perl.
### The database schema
@@ -128,6 +126,4 @@ This script will deploy for you the schema (you need to create the database firs
Executing the following command `perl bin/deploy_mymodel.pl --dsn dbi:SQLite:model.db` will generate a **model.db** database so we can work and test it. Now that we got our (really) simple **MyModel** schema, we can start to hack on our aggregator.
-[The code is available on my git server](http://git.lumberjaph.net/p5-ironman-mymodel.git/).
-
> while using **DBIx::Class**, you may want to take a look at the generated queries. For this, export `DBIC_TRACE=1` in your environment, and the queries will be printed on STDERR.
@@ -239,6 +239,4 @@ And it's done :) We got a really basic aggregator now. If you want to improve th
big thanks to [tea](http://bunniesincyberspace.wordpress.com/) and [blob](http://code.google.com/p/tinyaml/) for reviewing and fixing my broken english in the first 2 parts.
-[The code is available on git server](http://git.lumberjaph.net/p5-ironman-myaggregator.git/).
-
Part 3 and 4 next week.
@@ -250,4 +250,4 @@ Execute the tests (you can comment the roles' tests in run.t):
Result: PASS
```
-We have our tests, so next step is the Catalyst frontend. As for the precedents parts, [the code is available on my git server](http://git.lumberjaph.net/p5-ironman-myaggregator.git/).
+We have our tests, so next step is the Catalyst frontend.
@@ -171,5 +171,3 @@ The function **view** fetch an entry from the kiokudb backend, and store it in t
If you point your browser to an entry (something like \*<http://localhost:3000/entry/somesha256value*>), you will see an entry:
Et voila, we are done with a really basic feed reader. You can add methods to add or delete feed, mark an entry as read, ...
-
-[The code is available on my git server](http://git.lumberjaph.net/p5-ironman-myfeedreader.git/).
@@ -2,6 +2,8 @@ This morning I saw [this post](http://marcus.nordaaker.com/awesome-route-graph-w
You use it like this: `perl bin/catalyst_graph_dispatcher.pl --appname Arkham --output routes.png`
+![routes](../assets/routes.webp)
+
You can create a simple script to output as text if you prefer:
``` perl
@@ -14,6 +16,4 @@ $graph->run;
print $graph->graph->as_txt;
```
-The code is on [my git server](http://git.lumberjaph.net/p5-catalystx-dispatcher-asgraph.git/) for the moment.
-
For thoses who are interested by visualization, I'll publish soon some (at least I think) really nice visualisations about CPAN, Perl, and his community, that we have created at [$work](http://rtgi.fr).
@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ The `twitter_api_method` method is exported with Moose::Exporter. It generates a
\*\* MooseX::Net::API
-As I've found this approch nice and simple, I thought about writing a [little framework](http://git.lumberjaph.net/p5-moosex-net-api.git/) to easily write API client this way. I will show how I've write a [client for the Backtype API](http://git.lumberjaph.net/p5-net-backtype.git/) using this (I've wrote some other client for private API at works too).
+As I've found this approch nice and simple, I thought about writing a [little framework](http://github.com/franckcuny/net-http-spore.git/) to easily write API client this way. I will show how I've write a client for the Backtype API using this (I've wrote some other client for private API at works too).
## Backtype API
@@ -100,4 +100,4 @@ In case there is an error, an MooseX::Net::API::Error will be throw.
## Conclusion
-Right now, this module is not finished. I'm looking for suggestions (what should be added, done better, how I can improve stuff, ...). I'm not aiming to handle all possibles API, but at least most of the REST API avaible. I've uploaded a first version of [MooseX::Net::API](http://search.cpan.org/perldoc?MooseX::Net::API) and [Net::Backtype](http://search.cpan.org/perldoc?Net::Backtype) on CPAN, and [the code](http://git.lumberjaph.net/p5-net-backtype.git/) is also [available on my git server](http://git.lumberjaph.net/p5-moosex-net-api.git/).
+Right now, this module is not finished. I'm looking for suggestions (what should be added, done better, how I can improve stuff, ...). I'm not aiming to handle all possibles API, but at least most of the REST API avaible. I've uploaded a first version of [MooseX::Net::API](http://search.cpan.org/perldoc?MooseX::Net::API) and [Net::Backtype](http://search.cpan.org/perldoc?Net::Backtype) on CPAN.

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