Mojolicious is a real-time web application framework, written by Sebastian Riedel, creator of the web application framework Catalyst.[3] Licensed as free software under the Artistic License v 2.0, it is written in the Perl programming language, and is designed for use in both simple and complex web applications, based on Riedel's previous experience developing Catalyst.[4] Documentation for the framework was partly funded by a grant from The Perl Foundation.[5]

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Original author(s)Sebastian Riedel
Initial releaseSeptember 24, 2008; 12 years ago (2008-09-24)[1]
Stable release
8.43[2] / 2021-02-05[±]
RepositoryMojolicious Repository
Written inPerl
TypeWeb application framework

As it is written in Perl, Mojolicious can run on any of the many operating systems for which Perl is available, and can be installed directly from CPAN.[6] Prebuilt packages of Mojolicious are also available for NetBSD from pkgsrc[7] and for Microsoft Windows and other operating systems from ActiveState's Perl package manager.[8]



  1. ^ "Mojolicious change log".
  2. ^ "Mojolicious Versions". Retrieved 2021-02-05.
  3. ^ "Mojolicious 2.0: Modern Perl For the Web". Slashdot. 17 Oct 2011.
  4. ^ Tara Gibbs (17 February 2011). "Mojolicious - An Interview with Sebastian Riedel". ActiveState.
  5. ^ Alberto Simões (16 Dec 2010). "Mojolicious Documentation Closing Grant Report". The Perl Foundation.
  6. ^ "Mojolicious". CPAN.
  7. ^ "The NetBSD Packages Collection: www/p5-Mojolicious". pkgsrc.
  8. ^ "Mojolicious". Perl package manager.
  9. ^ "Mojolicious - Perl real-time web framework". Mojolicious.
  10. ^ "Updating the Duct Tape for HTML5: Websockets in Perl (Mojolicious)". DZone. 1 Nov 2011. Archived from the original on 8 October 2017.
  11. ^ McDaniel, Adam (November 2011). HTML5: Your Visual Blueprint for Designing Rich Web Pages and Applications. Visual. ISBN 978-0-470-95222-1.
  12. ^ Jamie Popkin (July 2011). "Watch your processes remotely with Mojolicious and a smartphone". 2011 (207). Linux Journal.
  13. ^ Marcus Ramberg (4 Dec 2010). "Mojolicious". Yet Another Perl Conference.

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