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My gems, let me show you them

From: Mark W.
Sent on: Wednesday, April 4, 2012 8:07 PM
Hey rubyists,

Thought I'd spam the discussion board with something other than a recruiter email and let you all know that version 1.0 of my Ruby gem, Weary, was released this past weekend. I invite you all to check it out: https://rubygems.org/gems/weary

If you're not familiar, Weary is a framework and DSL for writing clients for web services. The newest version is built atop Rack, so you can use the whole ecosystem of Rack middleware in constructing your client. Documentation is ongoing at: https://github.com/mwunsch/weary/wiki

If you want a better use-case at Weary, I invite you to check out my _other_ gem, gilt: https://rubygems.org/gems/gilt

Gilt is a Ruby client for the Gilt Public API (https://dev.gilt.com/) written with the aid of the aforementioned framework. Here's what's awesome about the Gilt public API -- you can make money with it.

I invite you all to check them both out, and send me any feedback you might have. Patches are welcome.

Best,
Mark

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