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crystal-swapi

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Star Wars API (SWAPI) for Crystal.

Documentation: https://swapi.co/documentation

Installation

Add this to your application's shard.yml:

dependencies:
  swapi:
    github: sb89/crystal-swapi

Basic Usage

require "swapi"

luke = Swapi::Person.get 1

p luke.birth_year

tatooine = Swapi::Planet.get 1

p tatooine.climate

Get

get can be called with an index (as seen above) or with no index, which will return all:

planets = Swapi::Planet.get

planets.results.each do |planet|
  p planet.name
end

if planets.next?
  planets = planets.get_next

  planets.results.each do |planet|
    p planet.name
  end
end 
planets = Swapi::Planet.search "oine"

planets.results.each do |planet|
  p planet.name
end

List

Both search and get (without an index) return a List:

planets = Swapi::Planet.get

planets.count # Total number of planets

planets.results # Contains the current batch of planets

planets.next? # Is there another batch of planets?

planets = planets.get_next # Get list for next batch of planets

planets.previous? # Is there a previous batch of planets?

planets = planets.get_previous # Get list for previous batch of planets

Linked Resources

All resources are linked to some form of other resource. For example, a Person has films, species, starships and vehicles. The API returns these as urls to another resource. We can call get_<resource> e.g. get_films to get an array of the actual objects:

planet = Swapi::Planet.get 1

p planet.films # This will print an array of urls

planet.get_films.each { |f| p f.title } # Use get_films to get the actual film objects and print their titles

Contributing

  1. Fork it ( https://github.com/sb89/crystal-swapi/fork )
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create a new Pull Request

Contributors

  • sb89 Steven - creator, maintainer