The plugin was designed from the ground-up to be flexible enough to accommodate
any changes to the API, while at the same time providing a clean interface
that will be familiar to most Rails developers.
Ensure that the json gem is installed on your system and the Beboist plugin is installed in your vendor/plugins folder:
gem install json script/plugin install http://svn.intridea.com/svn/public/beboist</pre>
Generate your config/bebo.yml file using
Fill in your appropriate app settings in
config/bebo.yml. Ensure that your app name is right.
Generate the first migration for your users table using:
Migrate your database using
In your application.rb, insert the following filters:
before_filter :reject_unadded_users before_filter :find_bebo_user</pre>
Write your app, and keep an eye on your logs to catch any possible error messages.
The methods listed in the Bebo API Documentation are mapped to Ruby classes in the following manner:users.get_info(uids => "1,2,3", fields => "first_name, last_name") # BECOMES BeboUsers.get_info :uids => [1,2,3], :fields => ["first_name", "last_name"]
The Beboist plugin uses Bebo’s JSON API, and the ‘json’ gem to directly convert JSON objects to Ruby. It works with Rails 2.0+, but has not been tested on Rails 1.2. Check the README for more details, and file tickets at Intridea’s Public Trac