Add this line to your application's Gemfile:
And then execute:
$ bundle install
See the yard documentation for more info, but the basics are thus:
client = ::..configure do |c| c.api_root = "https://hathitrust.org/api_root" c.auth_token = "auth_token_for_hathi" end client.bags(page_size: 25, admin_node: "hathi") do |bag| bag.inspect # this block is optional end resp = client.create_bag(some_bag_hash) if resp.success? some_bag_hash[:status] = resp[:status] end
Essentially, single-endpoint operations always return a Response object, but you can treat this object as just a hash, if you want. Index operations return an array of hashes.
You can pass a block to any operation. For single-endpoints, the response will be passed to the block. For indexes, each individual result will be passed successively to the block. Using blocks is recommended.
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