How-to: Rillow Share via FacebookShare via TwitterShare via LinkedinShare via Google+Share via RedditShare via Mail A simple Ruby wrapper API to the Zillow Web service API. It reduces the complexity of making the Web service call and parsing the results. All the results are transformed into a hash array format instead of original XML format. Track this How-To/Source-Code Submit a How-To/Source-Code Summary Followers Comments Comments (0) Comment * Leave this field blank Post Comment Followers (2) Track this Howto/Sourcecode Username bharath222 ronitkintu87 Specs Realated APIs Zillow Languages/Plateform Ruby Tags Application Development, Real Estate, Real Estate, Real Estate Added November 1, 2007 URL http://rubyforge.org/projects/rillow Followers (2) /View all Track this Howto/Source code Related News Articles /View all How To Build a Bitcoin Currency Converter Using the Blockchain.info APIs How To Build a Bitcoin Currency Converter Using the Blockchain.info APIs The rise of Bitcoin has resulted in the development of a variety of services that enable individuals and companies to track Bitcoin, create and manage Bitcoin wallets, and perform transactions usin... How-To Patricio Robles Financial, Application Development, Bitcoin 1 week ago 3 How To Build a Bitcoin Currency Converter Using the Blockchain.info APIs Be Resolved to Solve the DevOps Crisis in 2013 Be Resolved to Solve the DevOps Crisis in 2013 As application development becomes more complex in the era of the cloud organizations are finding that it’s not so much the tools they are using that are the problem but rather the lack of a coordi... News Michael Vizard Enterprise, Cloud, Platform-as-a-Service 3 months ago 0 Be Resolved to Solve the DevOps Crisis in 2013 Interview: An API-a-day Keeps the... Are You Kidding? Interview: An API-a-day Keeps the... Are You Kidding? Okay, spot the New Year's resolution that's different: lose weight, exercise, stop procrastinating, build one App every weekday using APIs. Yeah. That last one is the focus of Purchase College stud... News Greg Bates API, Application Development, Mashups 3 months ago 0 Interview: An API-a-day Keeps the... Are You Kidding?