RunKeeper Client API
RunKeeper is available from rubygems.org.
$ gem install run_keeper
require 'run_keeper' runkeeper = RunKeeper.new 'client_id', 'client_secret' runkeeper.authorize_url 'http://your.com/callback/url' # => 'https://runkeeper.com/apps/authorize?response_type=code&client_id=client_id&redirect_uri=http%3A%2F%2Fyour.com%2Fcallback%2Furl' runkeeper.token = runkeeper.get_token 'authorization_code_value', 'http://your.com/callback/url' # return the users profile runkeeper.profile # => RunKeeper::Profile
Fitness Activities (http://developer.runkeeper.com/healthgraph/fitness-activities) are a list of past activities completed by a user. Calling
fitness_activities without any options will get all activities since the user signed up to RunKeeper.
runkeeper.fitness_activities # => [RunKeeper::Activity, ...]
Fitness Activities takes a series of arguments in the form of an options hash. Supported arguments:
# Get all activities starting from the 1st Jan, 2011 runkeeper.fitness_activities(:start => '2011-01-01') # Get all activities between 1st Jan, 2011 and 1st Feb, 2011 runkeeper.fitness_activities(:start => '2011-01-01', :finish => '2011-02-01') # Get the last 10 activities runkeeper.fitness_activities(:limit => 10)
RunKeeper doesn't store users time zones, they rely on the device sending the information for the correct time. Because of this I have decided to format all dates as UTC.
Using RunKeeper mock requests in your App
While developing RunKeeper a few mocked responses were used and have been made available for your test suite.
# helper.rb require 'run_keeper/mock_requests' include MockRequests
All errors are a wrapper around the
OAuth2::Error class. Errors will be raised on all requests that do not return a 200 or 304 response code.
Do not be afraid to open up the source code and peek inside. The library is built on top of the wonderful OAuth2 gem and should be fairly easy to debug.
- Fork the repository
- Create a topic branch
- Write tests and make changes
- Make sure the tests pass by running
- Push and send a pull request on GitHub
Copyright © 2011 Tim Cooper. RunKeeper is released under the MIT license. See LICENSE for details.