Series: Consuming RESTful APIs in

Consuming RESTful APIs with Ruby and RestClient

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Consuming RESTful APIs inOver the past four months at Rubrik I’ve got the chance to do a lot of things – presentations, content creation, webinars – all the normal enabling Tech Marketing things one would expect. That said we are really encouraged as TME’s at Rubrik to expand – to learn new things, pick up new skills – even to the point where we can carve off time to do so. One area that I love about Rubrik is its openness as it pertains their API implementation – and...

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Consuming RESTful APIs with c#

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Consuming RESTful APIs inIn my venture to learn new things and languages, I’ve decided to take a look at consuming RESTful APIs in a few different languages. For those just joining, I’ve already gone over how to do this with RestClient and Ruby – so for today, let’s take that same example of adding a VM to a Rubrik SLA Domain and see what we can’t do in c#. The code involved may vary a little bit depending on what scripting environment you are using so keep that in...

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Consuming RESTful APIs with Python

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Consuming RESTful APIs inAs we continue our journey of consuming RESTful APIs with different scripting and programming languages we come to Python – and not soon enough – Python, although I know hardly anything about, is one of the easiest languages to consume a RESTful API with. Support for consuming APIs in Python comes from the “requests” library – which needs to be installed separately from Python itself.  Python libraries are similar to gems in Ruby, or to reference assemblies in c# if you are following along…  To install...

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