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. Using Terminal, developers can manage instances and snapshots, manage versioning, and create applications that provision and duplicate code for others to use. The Terminal API can be used to access these virtual computing environments using HTTP requests and JSON-formatted responses. The API can specifically be implemented to create terminal instances, manage user permissions, manage terminal access, authorize keys, and more.
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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.