Easily creates an AtomPub server through a DSL.
The main goal is to be as simple as possible. Thus, running the fellowing code will start the server at http://0.0.0.0:5023/service, served by Mongrel.
require 'atomp_pub/dsl' server do store :memory author :name => 'Simon Rozet', :email => 'email@example.com' collection do title 'Articles' author :name => 'John Smith' end # The global author defined at the top will be used # for the fellowing collections. collection :linking collection :photo, 'Photography' end
collection yields an
Atom::Feed so the you can use the fellowing
properties as well :
AtomPub::DSL is only an interface to
You can skip the DSL completely and create a server using
As an example, here is a rackup file that can be used to start an AtomPub server
served by Mongrel available at http://0.0.0.0:5023/service using
rackup my_atom_pub_server.ru -smongrel -p5023 :
require 'atom_pub/server' require 'atom_pub/store/memory' store = AtomPub::Store::Memory.new use Rack::CommonLogger use Rack::Lint run AtomPub::Server.new(store)
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