It's a simple Ruby Datumbox Wrapper. It has only one class, called Datumbox (datumbox.rb), which makes all the work for you. It uses the RestClient library to make remote calls to the Datumbox API. This class has one method to each available service provided by the Datumbox.
Location information sharing has become a quick and easy way for people to effortlessly let friends or family know where they, where to meet or even how far away they are from a particular destination. For those with an ever-increasing mobile lifestyle, this kind of functionality can prove to be quite useful. Glympse is one of these location information tools that uses a dynamic map to update a user's whereabouts in real time. Glympse also provides the Glympse API that may be interesting to developers who want to include real time location sharing in their applications or websites.
Xchangeonline is a tool that provides currency conversion and rounding functionality that can be integrated with other applications. Their selling point is that, unlike other currency conversion tools available, their service is easy for anyone to use, reliable and affordable. The Xchangeonline API makes it possible for third party developers to access this functionality.
CopperEgg, a real-time server monitoring solutions provider, has just announced the availability of the CopperEgg RESTful API, offering the ability to enable software-defined monitoring and highly scalable monitoring deployments.