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README.mdown

Ducksboard API Ruby wrapper

Configuration

API Key can be set in the environment

export DUCKSBOARD_API_KEY='YOURKEY'

or in an initializer

Ducksboard.api_key = 'YOURKEY'

Box

widget = Ducksboard::Box.new(1234) # Widget numeric id
widget.value = 10
widget.save

Counter

widget = Ducksboard::Counter.new(1234)
widget.value = 10
widget.save

Image

widget = Ducksboard::Image.new(1235)
widget.source = "https://dashboard.ducksboard.com/static/accounts/img/logo_small.png"
# or
widget.source = "~/Pictures/logo.png"
widget.caption = "Ducksboard logo!"
widget.timestamp = 1310649204
widget.save

Gauge

widget = Ducksboard::Gauge.new(1235)
widget.value = 0.93
widget.save

Graph

# remember that the graph widgets need atleast 2 points before it displays anything
widget = Ducksboard::Graph.new(1236)
widget.timestamp = Time.now.to_i
widget.value = 198
widget.save

Pin

widget = Ducksboard::Pin.new(1234)
widget.value = 10
widget.save

Timeline

widget = Ducksboard::Timeline.new(1237)
widget.title = "A Title"
widget.image = "http://url.to.io/some_image.gif"
# or
widget.image = :edited
# any of the following as a string or symbol: orange, red, green, created, edited or deleted
widget.content = "text content"
widget.link = "http://google.com"

Leaderboard

widget1 = Ducksboard::Leaderboard.new(56803)
widget1.linha = [{"name" => 'Titulo 1', "values" => [12,13,14]}, 
                 {"name" => 'Titulo 2', "values" => [12,13,142]},
                 ]
widget1.save

Pull API

# You can use the HTTP Pull API to retrieve historical data from any widget.
# It will be returned in a map as per the API (http://dev.ducksboard.com/apidoc/pull-api-http)

widget = Ducksboard::Gauge.new(1235)
data = widget.since(300)['data']
# or
data = widget.last_values(15)
# or
data = widget.timespan(:daily, "Europe/London")
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