How-to: Stripes and Surrealism: Playing with the Moo API Edit Share via FacebookShare via TwitterShare via LinkedinShare via Google+Share via RedditShare via Mail Overview and links to code using the Moo API using Ruby. This is older, archived content that may not contain a detailed description of the how-to. Please refer to the URL below for the complete how-to. Track this How-To/Source-Code Submit a How-To/Source-Code Summary Followers Comments Comments (1) Comments(1) Comment * Leave this field blank Post Comment kbinternational 6:13 AM Dec. 20 2008 reply hello pls kindly make suer that you her update me about the news all the time pls thanks and orde information that it is importing to me your faithfully . akanni kabiru amoo Followers (2) Track this Howto/Sourcecode Username sav kbinternational Specs Realated APIs MOO Languages/Plateform Ruby Tags Photos, Application Development Added October 6, 2008 URL http://infovore.org/archives/2008/10/05/stripes-and-surrealism-playing-with-the-moo-api/ Followers (2) /View all Track this Howto/Source code Related News Articles /View all Pearson's Second Student Coding Contest Extends Submission date Pearson's Second Student Coding Contest Extends Submission date Pearson has launched its second Student Coding Contest, and the submission date has been extended. Brief Candice McMillan Application Development, Education, Hacking 10-29-2014 Pearson's Second Student Coding Contest Extends Submission date Extending the Reach of APIs into the Realm of Brick and Mortar Extending the Reach of APIs into the Realm of Brick and Mortar APIs are not only critical when it comes to extending the digital reach of an organization; they can also provide tangible brick and mortar benefits as well. Walgreens, for example, recently announ... News Michael Vizard Enterprise, Photos, API 08-07-2012 Extending the Reach of APIs into the Realm of Brick and Mortar Does Open Data Demand an API-first Approach? Does Open Data Demand an API-first Approach? Government open data initiatives are flourishing, but are they at risk of falling short of their potential without an API-first approach? Analysis Patricio Robles API Design, Application Development, Government 12-31-2014 Does Open Data Demand an API-first Approach?