UPS Gem for accessing the UPS API from Ruby. Using the gem you can:
- Return quotes from the UPS API
- Book shipments
- Return labels and tracking numbers for a shipment
gem install ups
...or add it to your project's Gemfile.
Yard documentation can be found at RubyDoc.
require 'ups' server = ::.(test_mode: true) response = server.rates do |rate_builder| rate_builder.add_access_request 'API_KEY', 'USERNAME', 'PASSWORD' rate_builder.add_shipper company_name: 'Veeqo Limited', phone_number: '01792 123456', address_line_1: '11 Wind Street', city: 'Swansea', state: 'Wales', postal_code: 'SA1 1DA', country: 'GB', shipper_number: 'ACCOUNT_NUMBER' rate_builder.add_ship_from company_name: 'Veeqo Limited', phone_number: '01792 123456', address_line_1: '11 Wind Street', city: 'Swansea', state: 'Wales', postal_code: 'SA1 1DA', country: 'GB', shipper_number: ENV['UPS_ACCOUNT_NUMBER'] rate_builder.add_ship_to company_name: 'Google Inc.', phone_number: '0207 031 3000', address_line_1: '1 St Giles High Street', city: 'London', state: 'England', postal_code: 'WC2H 8AG', country: 'GB' rate_builder.add_package weight: '0.5', unit: 'KGS' end # Then use... response.success? response.graphic_image response.tracking_number
Running the tests
After installing dependencies with
bundle install, you can run the unit tests using
Thanks to the following contributers to this project.
- CJ - Method to generate labels in available other formats [EPL, ZPL], Constant for packaging type.