Official Ruby Client for the PortaText API.
- The endpoint tests should also serve as good doucmentation on how to use the API.
- General PortaText documentation (including the REST API) can be found at the PortaText wiki.
Add this library to your Gemfile.
Getting a client instance
require 'portatext' client = PortaText::Client::HttpClient.new
(Optional) Set your logger
You can optionally set a Logger compatible logger:
client.logger = my_logger
By default, the client will use a logger pointing to
You can authenticate to the endpoints by using your API key or your username/password. This translates to either doing this:
client.api_key = api_key
client.credentials = [username, password]
Using the endpoints
All the API commands can be found in the command/api directory. The client offers a way to instantiate them by just calling them by their name.
As an example, to create a template, you would do:
result = client .templates # Get an instance of the Templates endpoint. .text('The text of my template') .description('My first template') .name('template1') .post # Call the Templates endpoint with a POST.
To get a template by id:
result = client.templates.id(45).get
Or, to get all the templates:
result = client.templates.get
After calling an endpoint, one of two things can happen:
Also, when possible, your PortaText exception will contain a
Result object that
can be retrieved by using the
result accessor on the exception. This is usually useful for the
ClientError exception, where
you will be able to see if a field was missing or different than what was expected.
Testing for success
if result.success? ... end
Getting error strings back from the server
if !result.errors.nil? result.errors.each do |e| puts e end end
Getting data back from the server
if result.success data = result.data end
This project uses rake. Current tasks include:
- test: Runs MiniTests.
- rubocop: Runs RuboCop.
- default: This is the default task, and will run all the other tasks.
Running a rake task
To run a task, just do:
- Make sure you open a concise and short pull request.
- Throw in any needed unit tests to accomodate the new code or the changes involved.
rakeand make sure everything is ok before submitting the pull request (make rubocop happy).
- Your code must comply with the GitHub ruby style.
- If your code is accepted, it will belong to PortaText and will be published under the Apache2 License.
The source code is released under Apache 2 License.
Check LICENSE file for more information.