by itsmart on July 19, 2018 at 11:55
I've been getting a lot out of this book. Great guideline and resource to get things moving on how to structure an API. https://www.itsmarttricks.com/
by Fabrizio Bertoglio on November 21, 2017 at 13:34
I have read and build an API RESTful rails app based on this book, the book was amazing. I was able to improve my programming skills and style, learn methodologies I would not use before, write better DRY code, ... I really advise this training to everyone who want to work as backend developer or wants to improve his rails and ruby skills
by John S on January 16, 2016 at 06:16
I've been getting a lot out of this book. Great guideline and resource to get things moving on how to structure an API.
by Alejandro on December 21, 2015 at 21:56
Great book, my go to guide when I get stuck doing an API.
by Innocent on December 14, 2015 at 10:53
So I started by looking for something more intense with an opportunity for robustness. This book beats this expectations till the point I was doubting whether to even start. I'm In chapter 8 of it now. Almost done. But I can't wait to share my gratitude for this handsome piece of help. I'm using rails 4.2. The book is not totally compatible with rails 4.2 but every solution is the issues page. I have had to find a custom fix in one or two places. It's my third I can't wait to finish. Thanks Kurenn.
by Luis Miguel Cabezas Granado on November 09, 2015 at 08:25
Genial libro sobre cómo crear una API correctamente con Rails. Muy bien estructurado y entendible en todos los aspectos. Merece la pena leerlo y poner en práctica.
by Taras on October 24, 2015 at 20:14
Hey, Wonder how to build API on rails? Versioning, subdomain and more cool features you would never thought about. This is an exact book you was looking for. Easy to read, easy to follow, easy to complete. PS. It also requires some basics of ruby and REST before you start reading this book. PPS. Despite the fact I spent my last 3 hours looking fixing the issue I ran into in 3d chaptsharinger I want to give a big thank you to Abraham for sharing his knowledge and experience on building api with rails. Thank you, Abraham!