Install it by running:
gem install ruby-lokalise-api
In order to perform API requests, you require a special token that can be obtained in your personal profile (API tokens section).
After you’ve obtained the token, initialize the client:
require 'ruby_lokalise_api' @client = RubyLokaliseApi.client 'YOUR_TOKEN_HERE'
@client can be used to perform API requests! Learn more about additional options in the Customizing request section.
Individual objects are represented as instances of Ruby classes which are called models. Each model responds to the methods that are named after the API object’s attributes. This file lists all objects and their methods.
Here is an example:
project = client.project '123' project.name project.description project.created_by
Many resources have common methods like
webhook = client.webhook project_id, '123.abc' webhook.project_id webhook.branch
To get access to raw data returned by the API, use
Models support method chaining, meaning you can fetch a resource, update and delete it in one line:
@client.project('123').update(name: 'New name').destroy
Most of the resources can be reloaded using the
#reload_data method. This method will fetch the latest data for the resource:
project = client.project '123' # do something else... # project might be updated via UI, so load new data: reloaded_project = project.reload_data # now `reloaded_project` has fresh data from the API
Fetching (or creating/updating) multiple objects will return a collection of objects. To get access to the actual data, use the
project = @client.projects.collection.first # => Get the first project project.name
Bulk fetches support pagination. There are two common parameters available:
100, maximum is
5000) - number of records to display per page
1) - page to fetch
projects = @client.projects limit: 10, page: 3 #=> Paginate by 10 records and fetch the third page
Collections respond to the following methods:
projects.current_page #=> 3 projects.last_page? #=> true, this is the last page and there are no more projects available
On top of that, you may easily fetch the next or the previous page of the collection by using:
These methods return instances of the same collection class or
nil if the next/previous page is unavailable. Methods respect the parameters you’ve initially passed:
translations = @client.translations 'project_id', limit: 4, page: 2, disable_references: 0 # => we passed three parameters here translations.prev_page # => will load the previous page while preserving the `limit` and `disable_references` params
If you are using project branching feature, simply add branch name separated by semicolon to your project ID in any endpoint to access the branch. For example, in order to access
new-feature branch for the project with an id