NAME

Mastodon::Client - Talk to a Mastodon server

SYNOPSIS

    use Mastodon::Client;

    my $client = Mastodon::Client->new(
        instance      => 'mastodon.social',
        name          => 'PerlBot',
        client_id     => $client_id,
        client_secret => $client_secret,
        access_token  => $access_token,
    );

    $client->post( statuses => {
      status => 'Posted to a Mastodon server!',
      visibility => 'public',
    })

    # Streaming interface might change!
    my $listener = $client->stream( 'public' );
    $listener->on( update => sub {
      my ($listener, $msg) = @_;
      printf "%s said: %s\n", $msg->{account}{display_name}, $msg->{content};
    });
    $listener->start;

DESCRIPTION

Mastodon::Client lets you talk to a Mastodon server.

This distribution is still in development, and the interface might change in the future. But changes should mostly be to add convenience methods for the more common tasks.

The use of the request methods (post, get, etc) is not likely to change, and as long as you know the endpoints you are reaching, this should be usable right now.

AUTHOR

  • José Joaquín Atria <jjatria@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2017 by José Joaquín Atria.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.