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Integrating QuickBase With Web Services - Gareth Lewis

If you have to use the QuickBase API outside the browser, one option is to access it via Ruby. Ruby is simple, flexible, powerful, easy to install and learn - and the Ruby SDK for QuickBase makes using the API straightforward. Through a series of concrete examples, we'll look at some SDK basics then go onto email, RSS, Twitter, web servers and other topics.

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