XRBP - Ruby XRP Library

XRBP is a rubygem which provides a fault-tolerant interface to the XRP ledger.

With XRP you can connect to one or more rippled servers and use them to transparently read and write data to/from the XRP Ledger:

```ruby require ‘xrbp’

ws = XRBP::WebSocket::Connection.new “wss://s1.ripple.com:443” ws.add_plugin :autoconnect, :command_dispatcher

ws.cmd XRBP::WebSocket::Cmds::ServerInfo.new ```

XRBP provides fully-object-oriented mechanisms to interact with the ledger:

```ruby ws.on :ledger do |l| puts “Ledger received: “ puts l end

XRBP::Model::Ledger.subscribe(:connection => ws) ```

Supported Features:

Other data types besides ledgers may be syncronized:

ruby puts XRBP::Model::Account.new("rvYAfWj5gh67oV6fW32ZzP3Aw4Eubs59B").info

Also data from other sources, such as the Ripple DataV2 API

ruby connection = XRBP::WebClient::Connection.new XRBP::Model::Validator.all(:connection => connection) .each do |v| puts v end

XRPB allows easy access to the following data:

  • XRP ledgers, transactions, account, and objects
  • Network nodes, validators, gateways
  • Markets with quotes
  • & more (see examples/ for more use cases)

Multiple Connections

XRBP facilitates fault-tolerant applications by providing customizable strategies which to leverage multiple rippled servers in communications.

```ruby ws = XRBP::WebSocket::RoundRobin.new “wss://s1.ripple.com:443”, “wss://s2.ripple.com:443”

ws.add_plugin :command_dispatcher ws.connect

puts ws.cmd(XRBP::WebSocket::Cmds::ServerInfo.new) puts ws.cmd(XRBP::WebSocket::Cmds::ServerInfo.new) ```

In this case the first ServerInfo command will be sent to s1.ripple.com while the second will be sent to s2.ripple.com.

The following demonstrates prioritized connections:

```ruby ws = XRBP::WebSocket::Prioritized.new “wss://s1.ripple.com:443”, “wss://s2.ripple.com:443”

ws.add_plugin :command_dispatcher, :result_parser ws.parse_results { |res| res[“result”][“ledger”] } ws.connect

puts ws.cmd(XRBP::WebSocket::Cmds::Ledger.new(28327070)) ```

s1.ripple.com will be queried for the specified ledger. If not present s2.ripple.com will be queried.

Installation / Documentation

XRPB may be installed with the following command:

ruby $ gem install xrbp

Documentation is available online


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