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Oct
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comment Is this a secure solution for RESTful authentication?
Yep, it'll be over HTTPS, and I'm using Sinatra for the API.
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accepted Should a RESTful API provide data for an entire form?
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comment Do mixins create coupling with Ruby?
It's not a complete code listing.
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Jul
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comment One or many RESTful APIs for large company?
Good point. This is all internal, so luckily there are no liability concerns.
Jul
24
comment One or many RESTful APIs for large company?
Thank you for your feedback. Might this look like using multiple endpoints reverse-proxied or virtually mounted under one domain? Example: api.company.com/api1/resource, api.company.com/api2/resource; api1 and api2 are different endpoints possibly hosted on different machines and different vhosts.
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Jul
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comment Do mixins create coupling with Ruby?
Cool, thanks again for the follow-up of the follow-up. Now, going further, if I use App.keyring to access the keyring instance, aren't any libraries that require a keyring instance coupled to App (and require it to come along for reuse in any other Rails app utilizing keyring)?
Jul
25
comment Do mixins create coupling with Ruby?
By "everyone" I'm mainly referring to bloggers and StackOverflow-ers. So which would you strive for if you were in my shoes, solving this problem: a mixin approach or a DI approach?
Jul
25
comment Do mixins create coupling with Ruby?
So you would recommend I go a dependency injection route to provide classes access to the keyring instance? Isn't this anti-Ruby, considering everyone advocates modules/mixins over DI?
Jul
25
comment Do mixins create coupling with Ruby?
Thanks for the added response. So, let's say I put the keyring instance in the App module. Would I then "include App" in my FtpConnection class and access the keyring instance there via the "keyring" method which would be mixed into the FtpConnection class? Or would I access the keyring instance in FtpConnection via "App.keyring"? Or something else?
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