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.
Here is an interview with Karthik Ram, who has co-created the rOpenSci project, which helps make REST APIs consumable by the R language. Developers can take note of this - R is one of the widely used statistical languages in the world, and has many GUIs for making advanced data mining easily available.
Everyone can relate to the hassles and time wasting caused by the printing, signing, scanning, mailing or faxing of documents that require signatures; not to mention the added carbon footprint due to the reams of wasted paper. It seems such a laborious process for something that should really take a few seconds. But thanks to technology, online document signing is now a reality and the world is once again as it should be. SignNow is one of these document signing applications. It makes it possible for users to sign their documents instantly, from wherever they are. SignNow's API also makes it possible for developers to integrate this functionality with other applications.