Rest-more 1.0.0 released

rest-more https://github.com/cardinalblue/rest-more

by Cardinal Blue http://cardinalblue.com

Lin Jen-Shin (godfat) had given a talk about rest-core on
RubyConf Taiwan 2011. The slide is in English, but the
talk is in Mandarin.

You can also read some other topics at doc

DESCRIPTION:

Various REST clients such as Facebook and Twitter built with [rest-
core]

INSTALLATION:

gem install rest-more

Or if you want development version, put this in Gemfile:

gem 'rest-more', :git => 'git://github.com/cardinalblue/rest-

more.git’,
:submodules => true

SYNOPSIS:

The simplest usage:

require 'rest-more'

RestCore::Twitter.new.statuses('_cardinalblue') # get user tweets
RestCore::Github.new.get('users/cardinalblue')  # get user info

linkedin = RestCore::Linkedin.new(:consumer_key    => '...',
                                  :consumer_secret => '...')
linkedin.authorize_url!   # copy and paste the URL in browser to

authorize
linkedin.authorize!(’…’) # paste your code from browser
linkedin.me # get current user info

RestCore::Facebook.new.get('4') # get user info

Runnable example:
https://github.com/cardinalblue/rest-more/blob/master/example/simple.rb

Please see slides from [rubyconf.tw/2011] for concepts.

CHANGES:

rest-more 1.0.0 – 2012-03-17

Enhancement

All clients are now asynchrony-aware. Asynchrony support is added in
rest-core >=1.0.0. Whenever you pass a callback block, the response
would then be passed to the block. Error handling is different, too.
In synchronous style, usually an exception would be raised, but in
asynchronous style, the exception would be passed to the block instead
of being raised.

  • [Dropbox] Added Dropbox support.
  • [Bing::Error] Added code method to get the original error code.
  • [Twitter::Error] Added code method to get HTTP status code.
  • [Facebook::Error] Instead of passing [true], pass error
    messages.
  • [Facebook] Pages related API is reimplemented. Passing a block
    would
    result a serious call to the callback block, ending with a nil.
  • [Config] Make sure the default attributes module is there even if
    the config file isn’t presented.

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