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README.md

Berbix Demo Using Ruby & Sinatra

Introduction

Integrating with Berbix is easy! This guide will have you up & running in no time. This guide assumes you have Ruby version 2.6.5 installed in your local development environment.

Disclaimer

This code / Sinatra app is just a demo to show you how to get started with a Berbix integration. It is not intended to be used in production.

Quick Start Guide

  • Start by cloning this repo:
git clone git@github.com:berbix/berbix-ruby-sinatra-demo.git
  • Login to the Berbix console: https://dashboard.berbix.com/login

  • Generate API keys following these instructions: https://docs.berbix.com/docs/settings#section-api-keys

  • Enable "Test" mode with the slider in the top right hand corner of the Berbix Dashboard.

  • Whitelist the development domain for this app. Go to Settings (the gear icon in the top right corner of the Berbix Dashboard) —> Domains —> Add Domain —> “http://localhost:4567”

  • Copy your template key from the "Templates" tab in the Berbix Dashboard into the berbix_config.yaml file.

  • Add your last name (as on your ID that you'll be testing with) to your list of Test IDs. Go to Settings —> Test IDs -> Add Test ID.

  • Rename berbix_config.yaml.example to berbix_config.yaml and update it with your credentials.

  • To start the server and run this app:

bundle
bundle exec ruby app.rb
  • Then navigate to http://localhost:4567 in your browser.

Step-by-step Tutorial

For a walk through of how we built this app, check out our step-by-step tutorial.

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