This past week, I had the pleasure of writing my first ever Ruby gem. I wrote a simple gem for sending SMS with Sinch. Here’s how easy it is to use the gem:
To try sending SMS from your app, download the gem from rubygems.org.
If you are interested in creating your own ruby gem, I highly recommend following this tutorial: guides.rubygems.org/make-your-own-gem. It is straightforward, and will walk you through exactly how to create and publish your first gem!
We have also written a tutorial on how to write a Ruby Gem to send SMS with Sinch.
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