We are introducing the special oneOf and anyOf types in our Ruby SDKs.
The generated code samples are now idiomatic with no errors. This improves the developer experience by allowing developers to run the code samples without any error in their applications and to get started quickly.
APIMatic has introduced core libraries to provide a stable runtime that powers all functionality of our SDKs. In this release, we have revamped our Ruby SDKs to improve the code quality and provide better test coverage.
Previously, our Ruby SDKs were initiating a new connection for each API call. Now, we have made this HTTP connection persistent. Using persistent request allows all server requests to be made through one connection, consequently reducing network latency.
APIMatic CodeGen has now added support to configure the default
Faraday connection with available
Faraday adapters in Ruby SDKs.
We are now dropping support for
Ruby version 2.5 in Ruby SDKs.
Ruby 2.5 hit EOL status on 2021-03-31 as per the official source. As a result of dropping
Ruby 2.5, we are now able to relax version constraints on some of the Ruby SDKs dependencies.
We've fixed an issue in SDKs where HTTP redirections were not being handled properly. Please generate new SDKs to receive the fixes.
We've updated our SDKs that use OAuth 2 Client Credential Flow to enable automatic re-authorization of the client when the OAuth token is expired.
We have added a new CodeGen setting that allows you to specify a list of words that Code Generation will not split when converting identifiers from API specification to language-specific identifiers. This is useful for declaring brand names such as APIMatic.
E.g. if you provide the words
vmware in your the list,
apimatic_and_vmware, depending on the place of use.
We have added support for adding contact information of the organization maintaining the API in our API editor.