Introducing JsonApiable, Because Building RESTful JSON:APIs in Ruby Should Be Easier
If you are building a REST API on Ruby/Rails and decide to implement it as a JSON:API to avoid bike-shedding, chances are you are using fast_jsonapi or active_model_serializers gem to serialize your resources (if you still haven’t decided which one to use, go with fast_jsonapi). Both are geared towards serializing your resources into JSON responses, but the problem is, neither offers easy-to-use tools to consume API requests, and so you are left to write your own parsers to convert JSON:API relationships and complex attributes in, say, update requests into Rails-friendly params. That’s where JsonApiable enters the picture.
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