I think this is an area where Racket's ecosystem could be significantly
improved. However, this would probably only be worth the investment for
those developing on both the client and server side of multiple services.
Do you have plans to develop your own HTTP service APIs in Racket as well?
On Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at 11:36:50 AM UTC-7, Paulo Matos wrote:
> I am interested in developing a Racket wrapper for hetzner cloud rest
> api. This is a REST API defined in:
> I however, have no experience with accessing REST APIs in racket much
> less developing one.
> 1. Are there any examples out there of wrapping rest apis in racket?
> 2. If you look at how this is done in Python as expected everything
> is an object. However, from what I generally see, libraries seem to
> rarely touch the racket object system (although I think it's great). So,
> I guess instead of having an object 'Client' to which you would do (send
> client login "username" "password"), is it generally preferable to have
> a (make-client ...), which you would follow with (client-login
> "username" "password")?
> Any thoughts would be appreciated before I commit myself, only to find
> it goes against the racket way once I publish it. :)
>  https://github.com/elsyms/hetznercloud-py/
> Paulo Matos
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