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Ruby code example for WhoAPI

For a long time we were missing “code example” for a popular programming language Ruby! Luck wanted me to be a guest speaker on a pannel discussion during Web Industrija (last Thursday). Although the pannel discussion was really interesting (From ideas to investments), and guests congratulated me, we have a much more interesting announcement :)

During the Web Industrija I met Alexander Rusa from Emerion. Alexander loves Ruby, and it was very kind of him to provide us with an example for such a fantastic language! When he is not writing cool Ruby code for hot startups, he is working at Emerion, one of the hosting companies in Austria.

Same as examples above. We’re going to check if the domain name “whoapi.com” is available. If error occurs it will be translated automatically, if not you should see “1″ (domain taken) as a resulting string.

Domain availability API - Ruby

Goran Duskic

I am the founder and CEO of WhoAPI with decade of experience in business development, online marketing strategy in the hosting and domain industry.

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WhoAPI – Seedcamp 2011 participant

Do you have a startup or are you thinking about starting one? Ever heard of Seedcamp? Well, there’s a great free eBook with gathered knowledge, tips and tricks from over 30 startups, including WhoAPI! You will certainly learn a lot about the Seedcamp experience, the participants,  and prepare yourself for what to expect if applying.

Startup Now: A Guide from the Seedcamp 2011 participants

Goran Duskic

I am the founder and CEO of WhoAPI with decade of experience in business development, online marketing strategy in the hosting and domain industry.

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