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[ANN] rest-graph 2.0.0 released


by Cardinal Blue http://cardinalblue.com

Tutorial on setting up a sample Facebook application with Rails 3 and RestGraph could be found on samplergthree. Instead, if you’re an experienced Ruby programmer, you might also want to look at detailed documents.


A lightweight Facebook Graph API client


rest-graph 2.0.0 – 2011-10-08

We have moved the development from rest-graph to rest-core. By now on, we would only fix bugs in rest-graph rather than adding features, and we would only backport important changes from rest-core once in a period. If you want the latest goodies, please see rest-core Otherwise, you can stay with rest-graph with bugs fixes.

  • [RestGraph] Added RestGraph#parse_fbsr! which can parse Facebook’s new cookie. Also, RestGraph#parse_cookies! would look for that too.
  • [RestGraph] Added expires_in attribute which would be passed to cache. The default value is 600 seconds. No effect if there’s no cache, or if the cache didn’t support :expires_in option.
  • [RestGraph] Now RestGraph#initialize accepts string keys.
  • [RestGraph] We don’t support em-http-request >= 1 at the moment.
  • [RestGraph] Fixed that parsing an invalid signed_request would raise an error. From now on it would simply ignore it and wipe out the data.

  • [RailsUtil] Now by default, RestGraph would cache all GET requests in Rails.cache for 600 seconds. You can change this by running:

    rest_graph_setup(:cache => nil, :expires_in => 3600)

    To disable cache or lengthen/shorten the lifetime of the cache result.


gem install rest-graph

Or if you want development version, put this in Gemfile:

gem 'rest-graph', :git => 'git://github.com/cardinalblue/rest-graph.git',
                  :submodules => true

Or as a Rails2 plugin:

./script/plugin install git://github.com/cardinalblue/rest-graph.git

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