I’m happy to announce that the latest Fitbit API features have been exposed through the fitgem ruby library and released as v0.4.0.
In addition to the new features, I thoroughly documented the entire library API (available here), added many more unit tests, refactored the subscriptions methods, and moved the oauth process documentation to the project wiki on github.
- Added YARD documentation to thoroughly document code
- DEPRECATED: Fitgem::Client#log_weight method, use Fitgem::Client#log_body_measurements instead.
The new method allows you to log more than weight (bicep size, body fat %, etc.)
- Added Fitgem::FoodFormType to be used in calls to Fitgem::Client#create_food
- Added Fitgem::Client#log_sleep to log sleep data to fitbit
- Added Fitgem::Client#delete_sleep_log to delete previously logged sleep data
- Added Fitgem::Client#activities method to get a list of all activities
- Added Fitgem::Client#activity_statistics method to get statistics for all logged activities
- Added to documentation of supported endpoints for Fitgem::Client#data_by_time_range
- Added unit tests for parameter validation for many methods
- Overhauled notifications methods, including extensive documentation, unit tests, refactoring, and a couple of bug fixes. These methods now return both the HTTP status code and the JSON response body. See https://wiki.fitbit.com/display/API/Subscriptions-API for information on how to interpret each of the error codes.
- Added fitgem to travis-ci for continuous integration (http://travis-ci.org/#!/whazzmaster/fitgem)
- Added fitgem to rubydoc.info (http://rubydoc.info/github/whazzmaster/fitgem/master/frames)
- Updated README
- Moved OAuth documentation from the README to the fitgem wiki