Weary, the Ruby framework for making web service clients, got a late-night version bump.
What’s new in this version?
- Adapters for Typhoeus and Excon.
- Updated dependencies on multi-json and addressable
Response#parse can now take a block for custom Response body parsing.
Requestable module to allow for configuration that cascades from Client -> Resource -> Request
- Issue #21 - now, Rack::Lint is run as part of the specs.
The code is cleaned up a bit as well, and is now getting all A’s on Code Climate.
Along with this new version of Weary, a new version of the Ruby bindings to the Gilt public API has been released: 0.2.0 with support for product categories.
gem install weary and make a thing.
Big rollout of Web Sockets for Gilt, starting today.
http://live.gilt.com is a new way to shop on Gilt. It gives you the chance to see what our members are buying on Gilt - right now. We are excited because it gives you a way to discover new products that you might never have seen. And since it is updating in real-time you can see something sell out right before your eyes –- or not if you are quick enough to jump on it.
Includes real-time inventory updates for items going fast.
The first of a series of new projects at gilt using the fantastic Play! 2.0.1 web framework.
I’m happy to announce that we’ve finally got everything in place to enable you to participate in the affiliate marketing program. By enrolling in this program and adding a single parameter to all the requests you pass in, you can earn a competitive 6% commission on all sales from referred customers. When you consider that the luxury items on Gilt lead to average total order values of $150, that adds up pretty quickly.
Would IE6 users have a better shopping experience if we redirected them to the minimalistic mobile version of gilt.com?
At Gilt Tech we came to the decision to stop supporting IE6 … with science!
I’m really excited to tell you that we’ve launched our Public API today, providing programmatic access to a constantly-updating collection of flash sales full of the usual kind of awesome stuff we offer on Gilt’s stores.
Casey Kolderup just unleashed this thing he’s been working on at Gilt and that I’m really stoked about.
Movember at GILT, where the Tech team is well-represented. Reblogged for Karl’s Swedish accent which translates perfectly to text.
Yeah I know you’re probably sick of me reblogging Gilt Technologie but that’s where I’m spending most of my thought and work and time and attention and…
And this is probably one of the coolest, most bleeding edgiest things we’ve done on the front end for Gilt.