Using the Leanpub API with Perl
Last updated on 2014-11-05
About the Book
After reading the notice in Google groups from Scott Patten about the Leanpub API, my first thought was: I want to use this with perl.
And then I wrote the perl module.
This book may be used as additional documentation to the perl module.
But it's main purpose is to test the Perl binding of the Leanpub API.
So you probably don't want to get noticed about new releases.
Using the Perl module
- What is the Leanpub API
- What can I do with it?
- How do I use the Perl module?
- I don’t want to program
Making it easier with
- Basic directory structure
- Setup the Makefile
- CONFIGURATION AND ENVIRONMENT
- BUGS AND LIMITATIONS
- LICENCE AND COPYRIGHT
- DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY
- WebService::Leanpub (module)
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