For the third article on the DBIx::Mint series, we will use DBIx::Mint::ResultSet to build database queries and obtain information.
This is the second article in a series about DBIx::Mint, an ORM for Perl. We will see how the mapping between table relationships become methods of the respective classes.
DBIx::Mint is an object-relational mapper for Perl which aims for simplicity and lightness. This is the first in a series or articles that will describe how it works. It makes use of an example application. In this article, we'll start with the generalities of the example, map our first class, and connect to the database to insert some records.