This is a Ruby SDK for the Box API. Third party developer Mike Karolow provides tools to authorize, manage folders, organize events, and regulate users in his Git page. This repository aims to offer a simple, chainable, and rich-client integration experience. Users interested to use the Ruby SDK for the Box API can contact Mike for additional information.
Rather than getting caught up in a religious debate about the best method for integrating applications, it's best to accept the fact that depending on the age and the use case of the application, every integration scenario is likely to be different. Recognizing that reality, Informatica this week unfurled its Informatica Cloud Winter 2014 cloud service that, in addition to providing more business process controls, now includes support for RESTful APIs.
Facebook is partnering with cloud hosting service Heroku to
make Facebook application deployment more plug-and-play. The new service likely uses the Heroku API to allow developers to instantly have a basic Facebook app running in minutes instead of hours or days. Facebook's app wizard lets you choose from Heroku's supported languages, then pre-populates an app with working examples of common tasks using the Facebook API.
A trend is starting to emerge: Advanced technologies are being made available first as cloud services that organizations can invoke easily via an API, rather than having to figure out how to deploy and master themselves. The latest example of that trend is a cloud service from AlchemyAPI that takes advantage of machine learning and computer vision technologies to allow publishers and providers of ad networks to more easily monetize content.