Redd is a Ruby Wrapper written for the Reddit API. It is intended to be extensible, have ease of use, and bring simplicity to using the Reddit API. Redd is authored by Avinash Dwarapu and is meant to be accessible and fun.
Sinatra is an open source framework in Ruby. It is a domain-specific language that aims to accelerate web application development. Sinatra 1.3.0 version offers the feature of a streaming API while digesting differences between evented and sequential Rack servers. To imagine the possibilities of development, readers should consider that Apple, BBC, LinkedIn, and GitHub are some of the companies that use Sinatra. A book written by Alan Harris and Konstantin Haase, "Sinatra: up and running" is available for purchase. This resource contains additional information related to installation, routing, application/delegation, modular applications, and implementation of a blog engine.
The Echo Nest Ruby Library echonest-ruby-api is a Ruby wrapper around the Echo Nest API. With the library, developers have a way to access different methods for making calls to the API using Ruby on Rails.
The free-to-use Pokémon RESTful API (Pokéapi) is linked to an extensive database of Pokémon-related information- a true virtual Pokédex. Pokegem is a Ruby gem for Pokéapi constructed by GitHub contributor Brandon Weaver, enabling a simple interface with caching available for Ruby applications.
Terminal, supported by Cloudlabs, allows developers to build applications on virtual servers that mimic the convenience of local builds combined with the scalability of cloud services. The Terminal API Ruby Library is a wrapper that enables Ruby applications to interface conveniently with the Terminal API. Supported by Cloudlabs, this Ruby wrapper supports Ruby 2 implementations and requires no dependencies.