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== rwebthumb = what is it A Ruby wrapper for the webthumb API from http://webthumb.bluga.net and a generator for the easythumb API = Installation sudo gem update --system (in case you are not yet on version 1.2.0 or higher) sudo gem sources -a http://gems.github.com (only once) sudo gem install simplificator-rwebthumb = Usage # require the libs require 'rubygems' require 'rwebthumb' include Simplificator::Webthumb # Creating a Webthumb Object. This is used as your main access point. wt = Webthumb.new('YOUR API KEY') # Create a new thumbnail job job = wt.thumbnail(:url => 'http://simplificator.com') # fetch the thumbnail. this might throw an exception from server side # if thumb is not ready yet job.fetch(:large) # you can check the status of a job job.check_status() # or fetch the thumbnail when it is complete job.fetch_when_complete(:large) # once thumbnails are fetched they are cached within the job. so a new fetch will not go to the server again # there is a helper method to write the images to disk job.write_file(job.fetch(:custom), '/tmp/test.jpg') # if you have a job ID then you can use this to get a Job object and then use the fetch_xyz methods wt.job_status(JOB_ID) # generate a Easythumb URL et = Easythumb.new('YOUR_API_KEY', 'YOUR_USER_ID') # This returns an URL which you can directly use in your webpage et.build_url(:url => 'http://simplificator.com', :size => :large, :cache => 1)