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  1. NiceHttp -- simplest library for accessing and testing HTTP and REST resources. Get http logs and statistics automatically. Use hashes on your requests. Access JSON even easier.

    Ruby 14 2

  2. You can easily generate all the hashes you want following the criteria you specify. Many other features coming to Hash class like the methods 'bury' or select_key, access the keys like methods: my_…

    Ruby 1 1

  3. Generate strings supplying a simple pattern. Perfect to be used in test data factories. Validate if a text fulfills a specific pattern. Also you can use regular expressions (Regexp) to generate str…

    Ruby 4

  4. Using a 360 camera, Ricoh Theta S, and some ruby code, we can detect when a northern light is shining on the sky, take a picture, record a video, notify by email, twitter...

    Ruby 1 1

  5. Ruby gem open_api_import -- Import a Swagger or Open API file and create a Ruby Request Hash file including all requests and responses

    Ruby 1

  6. Example using RSpec and nice_http to test REST APIs. (Uber API and Reqres API)

    Ruby

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July 2019

Created an issue in slack-ruby/slack-ruby-client that received 4 comments

returns no_app_context (Slack::Web::Api::Errors::SlackError) when using chat_scheduleMessage

I am trying to use the schedule endpoint but not lucky. I am able to use any other end point like users_info or conversations_members but when usin…

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