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Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
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Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient
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Lightweight Webservices with Sinatra and RestClient

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Talk presented by Adam Wiggins & Blake Mizerany at Rubyconf 2008

Talk presented by Adam Wiggins & Blake Mizerany at Rubyconf 2008

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  • 1. Lightweight web services with Sinatra and RestClient Adam Wiggins & Blake Mizerany Rubyconf 2008
  • 2. What for?
  • 3. app lifecycle
  • 4. Birth: small and beautiful
  • 5. Fate: sprawling mess
  • 6. web services
  • 7. Rails?
  • 8. Rails? Too much.
  • 9. Bare mongrel handler or Rack app?
  • 10. Bare mongrel handler or Rack app? Too little.
  • 11. Sinatra - the classy microframework for Ruby
  • 12. require 'rubygems' require 'sinatra' get '/' do quot;Hello, whirledquot; end
  • 13. $ ruby hello.rb
  • 14. require 'rubygems' require 'sinatra' require 'lib/posts' post '/posts' post = Post.create! params redirect quot;/posts/#{post.id}quot; do get '/posts/:id' do @post = Post.find(params[:id]) erb :post end
  • 15. ‣Templating (erb, haml, builder) ‣Tests/specs (test/spec, rspec, test::unit) ‣Before filters ‣Helpers ‣Error handlers ‣Inline templates ‣Code reloading ‣HTTP caching (etag, last-modified) ‣Rack / inline middleware
  • 16. A commitment to small
  • 17. A commitment to small Rails 87,990 Merb-core 12,417 Ramaze 11,796 Camping 1,704 Sinatra 1,576
  • 18. Sinatra is a proud Ruby citizen
  • 19. examples
  • 20. git-wiki http://github.com/sr/git-wiki 355 lines of Ruby
  • 21. get '/:page' do @page = Page.find(params[:page]) haml :show end __END__ @@ layout %html %body %content=yield @@ show %h1= title #page_content= @page.to_html
  • 22. rifgraf http://github.com/adamwiggins/rifgraf 61 lines of Ruby
  • 23. github-services http://github.com/pjhyett/github-services 423 lines of Ruby
  • 24. scanty http://github.com/adamwiggins/scanty 194 lines of Ruby
  • 25. client side
  • 26. ActiveResource?
  • 27. ActiveResource? Too much.
  • 28. Net::HTTP?
  • 29. Net::HTTP? Too little.
  • 30. RestClient - the Sinatra-inspired microclient for Ruby
  • 31. require 'rubygems' require 'rest_client' RestClient.get 'http://localhost:4567/posts'
  • 32. require 'rubygems' require 'rest_client' RestClient.post 'http://localhost:4567/posts', :author => 'Me', :title => 'First Post'
  • 33. Console $ restclient http://example.com >> post '/resource', :value => 42 => quot;resultquot;
  • 34. A better curl $ restclient get http://example.com/posts > posts.xml $ restclient post http://example.com/posts < post.xml $ restclient put http://example.com/posts/1 < post.xml $ restclient delete http://example.com/posts/1
  • 35. Logging & replay $ RESTCLIENT_LOG=stdout ruby myscript.rb RestClient.get quot;http://example.com/postsquot; # => 200 OK | text/html 3781 bytes RestClient.post quot;http://example.com/postsquot;, quot;title=First+postquot; # => 200 OK | text/html 40 bytes
  • 36. examples
  • 37. heroku-client http://github.com/adamwiggins/heroku-client
  • 38. couchrest http://github.com/jchris/couchrest
  • 39. principles
  • 40. “lagom”
  • 41. “lagom” just the right amount
  • 42. Fewer classes, less inheritance
  • 43. Controller object mapping & routes vs. URLs
  • 44. Controller object s ! RL mapping & routes U e r th fea vs. n ’t o URLs D
  • 45. Exposed simplicity instead of hidden complexity
  • 46. Small things, loosely joined, written fast - Justin Gehtland @ Relevance
  • 47. http://github.com/bmizerany/sinatra http://rest-client.heroku.com/ http://adam.blog.heroku.com/ Adam Wiggins & Blake Mizerany Rubyconf 2008

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