Chat Messaging API
- Build complete chat experiences
- Chat APIs, SDKs and UI/UX Kits
- Unmatched scalability + reliability
The Stream activity feed API + Ruby are the go-to solution for developers building social feeds! Stream for Ruby client on Github. Speed up your app development with feeds as a service.
Ruby is a mature and widely used general-purpose programming language. It’s considered flexible yet practical thanks to it’s dynamic typing, memory management, and support for both functional and object oriented programming.
Under active development since 1993, the initial aim for Ruby was to be “more powerful than Perl, and more object-oriented than Python2”. It saw rapid adoption amongst web developers and tech startups during the mid-2000s thanks to the development of the Ruby on Rails and later Sinatra web frameworks. It was also the first language supported by Heroku, the popular platform-as-a-service. As a result, Ruby is found itself at the heart of many of the most successful web and mobile tech applications of the past 15 years.
Ruby remains a popular choice today. The language is widely taught in universities and coding schools. Projects can be kickstarted quickly thanks to the one hundred thousand-plus packages that are available in the repository. Heroku for Ruby continues to be a popular for hosting while AWS and Google Cloud Platform are also perfectly suitable.
Our Client API for Node is stream-ruby.
Continuous integration is via Travis and we publish to RubyGems. Contributions in the form of issues, feature suggestions and pull requests are most welcome.
We also have a high-level framework integration for Ruby on Rails.
Open your Stream Account to try out all our Activity Feeds product has to offer. No commitment or credit card required. If you want a custom plan or have questions, we are eager to talk with you.
Build any kind of chat messaging experience without scalability or reliability issues.Learn more about $ Chat Messaging →
99.999% Uptime SLA, Industry leading compliance and security best practices.Learn more about $ Enterprise →