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README.md

coffee-tracker

A simple web service to track the number of cups of coffee I consume each day.

## Configuring Redis

Redis is the sole datastore for this app.

If deploying to Heroku, the free RedisToGo addon can be used thus:

$ heroku addons:add redistogo:nano

For other situations you may want to modify conf/redis.rb accordingly.

API keys

Write access to the service is controlled via API key. The key is specified in the X-API-Key header when POSTing to the service. A request with missing or invalid key will receive a 4xx response code.

Specifying an API key

Add the desired key to the api_keys set:

$ redis-cli
redis> SADD api_keys YOUR_API_KEY
(integer) 1

Checking API keys

redis> SMEMBERS api_keys
1) "YOUR_API_KEY"

Running

Assuming Redis is installed and running locally:

$ git clone https://github.com/stevenwilkin/coffee-tracker.git .
$ bundle install
$ bundle exec rackup

Web interface is then available at http://0.0.0.0:9292.

Tests

The test suite uses Minitest which is now part of the Ruby 1.9.x standard library and can be kicked off with Rake:

$ bundle exec rake

API

GET /api

Retrieves the current count:

$ curl http://0.0.0.0:9292/api
5

POST /api

Updates the count, returning the updated count in the response body as text/plain:

$ curl -X POST -d '' -H X-API-Key:YOUR_API_KEY http://0.0.0.0:9292/api
6

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A web API using Sinatra and Redis to track my daily coffee consumption

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