The Traitify Ruby Sample Code by Traitify demonstrates how to interact with the API. It provides configuration, specs, and testing. To run the project, developers can clone the directory and create an environment for the API, both resources available on GitHub.
High traffic, content-rich sites want to slice their analytics in different ways than, say, an e-commerce site. That's the concept behind Parse.ly Dash, a new product to provide "fresh insights" to these publishers with a price tag starting at $499 per month. Interestingly, the company's three pricing tiers each come with another level of API access. Despite the beautiful graphs provided by Dash, it's clear that sometimes getting at insights programmatically is preferred.
Although some developers may be unaware of the prevalence of real-time APIs, they are already used by some of the world’s most popular providers. This post by Phill Leggetter for the Pusher Blog discusses five reasons why API providers should embrace a real-time API to add more value to users.