isnt there a better way to cache an API response. I was using HttParty, but it seems it wont be of any use without caching and concurrency.
The best part about Httparty was its syntax. No fuss. Plain and simple. But for real and heavy uses, it falls short.
Fetching gem metadata from https://rubygems.org/........ Fetching additional metadata from https://rubygems.org/.. Resolving dependencies... Bundler could not find compatible versions for gem "httparty": In Gemfile: cachebar (>= 0) x86-mingw32 depends on httparty (~> 0.8.3) x86-mingw32 httparty (0.13.1)
And worse, there is not a gem wch auto parses JSON and XML and have caching and multi-threading support. Part reason I dont want to let go Httparty is coz of its auto-parsing feature. Its nice.
I consulted this spreadsheet and really i was disappointed of the lack of options.
Is there any way to add caching and concurrency to httparty? Or are there any other options?