Attention Ruby Developers!
In our continuous efforts to facilitate the integration of our Streamio REST API, we’ve just released our official Ruby wrapper as a Gem.
If you are developing applications in Ruby, this will be of tremendous help to you.
Check out some example usages below.
require "streamio" # Configure it Streamio.configure do |config| config.username = "your_account_name" config.password = "your_api_private_key" end # Create a Video video = Streamio::Video.create( :file => File.new("path/to/an/awesome.movie") ) # Update the Video video.title = "Awesome!" video.tags = ["Awesome", "HD"] video.save # Find your videos videos = Streamio::Video.all # Query your videos videos = Streamio::Video.all( :tags => ["HD"], :limit => 5, :order => "plays.desc" )
Naturally, you can work with your Image, Encoding Profile and Upload objects in the same way as illustrated above.
Gem install ‘streamio’ now to get started and check out the README on our project page at Github to learn more.
We hope you will love our new Gem as much as we do.
As always, if you have any questions, just beep us an e-mail.