How do I use Sinatra to access the Google+ API?

How do I use Sinatra to access the Google+ API? RubyLearning is conducting many free, online courses on Google+. Some participants wanted an answer to their question “How do I use Sinatra to access the Google+ API?” This blog post explains the same. Read on. Pre-requisite Install Sinatra, Git, Heroku, Bundler Refer RubyLearning’s article on Google+. Create a folder on your hard disk Create a folder sinatragplus. This is where we will store our Sinatra app.

Getting started with Heroku

Getting started with Heroku This guest post is by Ben Scofield, who is Heroku’s developer advocate, responsible for listening to the tens of thousands of developers deploying their Ruby applications to the cloud. He’s spoken at many conferences around the world, and in 2010 became the co-chair for RailsConf. Introduction Heroku has been in the news a lot lately, and it’s been a popular choice for Ruby application developers for a few years.If you haven’t worked with it before, here’s your chance — it’s designed to be as painless as possible to get going, and to give a powerful, stable, and scalable platform for your code.

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Interview: Aaron Quint on Sinatra

On the eve of the first ever online “Introduction to Sinatra” course, Satish Talim of RubyLearning caught up with Aaron Quint and talked to him on Sinatra, in this interview. Satish Talim>> Welcome, Aaron and thanks for taking out time to share your thoughts. For the benefit of the readers, could you tell us something about your self? Aaron Quint>> Thanks for having me! I’m a freelance Ruby developer working in Brooklyn, NY.

Interview: Ryan Tomayko on Sinatra

On the eve of the first ever online “Introduction to Sinatra” course, Satish Talim of RubyLearning caught up with Ryan Tomayko and talked to him on Sinatra, in this interview. Satish Talim>> Welcome, Ryan and thanks for taking out time to share your thoughts. For the benefit of the readers, could you tell us something about your self? Ryan Tomayko>> My background is in systems design and general web architecture — HTTP, REST, and “web services” primarily.

Interview: Adam Wiggins on Heroku

On the eve of the first ever online “Introduction to Sinatra” course, Satish Talim and Victor H. Goff III of RubyLearning caught up with Adam Wiggins and talked to him on Heroku (pronounced her-OH-koo), in this interview.