shopsense-ruby with Rails
- Official ShopSense demo app (Sinatra): ruby-popsugar-shopping-api-example
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|# Originally from http://sharebear.co.uk/blog/2009/09/17/very-simple-python-caching-proxy/|
|# A call to http://localhost:80000/example.com/foo.html will cache the file|
|# at http://example.com/foo.html on disc and not redownload it again.|
|# To clear the cache simply do a `rm *.cached`. To stop the server simply|
|# send SIGINT (Ctrl-C). It does not handle any headers or post data.|
This is just a jotting of notes on how to embed Faye into a single Rails process. Makes it nice to do simple real time things without the need for a separate Faye server/process.
Also uses Faye Redis to work across load balanced Rails apps.
Ignore the numbers in the file names... just used to add order to the Gist.
This uses the faye/faye Github repo at
edc5b42f6560d31eae61caf00f6765a90e1818d1 since I wanted to use with the Puma rack server and that is only available in the master branch (until Faye 1.0)