This RUBY library allows you to use TextKey's REST API calls server-side from a Java backend. TextKey is an omni-factor authentication API that uses seven-factors of authentication to provide security for devices ranging from mobile to electronic door locks. TextKey works through using SMS service, unique code, cellular number, UDID, a single use URL, and an optional pin. TextKey uses Rest with a JSON response and SOAP. TextKey is free for ten users, and available for a monthly charge per user thereafter.
Released and supported by Instagram, this library allows Ruby applications to interface with the Instagram REST and search APIs. One can follow updates to this library on the Instagram Developer's Blog or the Stack Overflow community hub.
Built by the engineers at the online clothing retailor thredUP, ResponsysApi is a Ruby gem that allows an interface with the Responsys API. Using ResponsysApi, Ruby applications can access the web API platform to programmatically manage campaigns for email, mobile, SMS, web displays, social media, and more.
Octokit.rb is a Ruby toolkit for the GitHub API. The package wraps the GitHub API in a flat client that follows Ruby conventions, making it easy for Ruby developers to implement without much knowledge of REST design. The client is well documented and has been tested. Supported Ruby versions include: Ruby 1.9.2, Ruby 1.9.3, Ruby 2.0.0, and Ruby 2.1.0.
Built by Sam Symons, this Ruby Gem to the Reddit API is free for developers to integrate into Ruby applications without restrictions. Using this interface, developers can programmatically access the functionality of Reddit.com. The project is well documented with code examples on writing tests, debugging, pagination, authentication, and more. The gem is constructed similarly to the Octokit.rb (a Ruby toolkit for the GitHub API) and some Twitter ruby gems.
This walkthrough demonstrates how to create a Ruby Gem from scratch to interface with any API. The author is Ben Lewis writing for Engine Yard's blog. Referencing an imaginary web-accessible API called "bens benzes," the tutorial uses bundler to piece together the gem step by step. Users can clone the resulting gem from a GitHub project accessible from this page.
Ruby Catalog Search is an example script that is meant o demonstrate how one can interface with the Mendeley API from a Ruby application. Ruby Catalog Search is a command-line script that takes a file argument and searches for the same file to determine if the file has already been added to the Mendelley directory.
This code example demonstrates a Ruby application that consumes the Mendeley API. This simple tool places unique identifiers in a a command line interface and then searches the catalog using the unique term.
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Dropbox Core SDKs
The Dropbox Core API SDKs provide developers with several platform SDKs that they can import into their development environment. Developers can choose from different platform-specific libraries that wrap the raw HTTP calls to the Dropbox API. The SDKs are designed to shorten the distance between application and Dropbox integration. Supported languages & operating systems include:Python, Ruby, PHP, Java, Android, iOS, & OS X.