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  • Title APIs on Rails: Building REST APIs with Rails
  • Author(s) Abraham Kuri
  • Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional; eBook (3rd Edition, 2014); eBook (MIT and Beerware Licensed)
  • License(s): MIT License and Beerware License
  • Paperback: 600 pages
  • eBook: HTML
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10/ASIN: 0321832051/B00U3AO69S
  • ISBN-13: 978-0321832054
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Book Description

The goal of this book is to provide an answer on how to develop a RESTful API following the best practices out there, along with author's own experience. By the time you are done with API's on Rails you should be able to build your own API and integrate it with any clients such as a web browser or your next mobile app.

This book is a tutorial on steroids on how to buid your next API with Rails. The goal of this book is to provide an answer on how to develop a RESTful API following the best practices out there, along with the author's own experience.

The intention with this book it's not teach just how to build an API with Rails rather to teach you how to build scalable and maintanable API with Rails, which means taking your current Rails knowledge to the next level when on this approach.

About the Authors
  • Abraham Kuri is a Rails developer with 5 years experience. His experience includes working as a freelancer building software products and more recently to collaborate into the open source community. He developed Furatto a front end framework built with Sass, Sabisu the next generation api explorer for your Rails app and have collaborated on other projects.
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