TaxCloud Ruby Gem Now Available!

There is now an official TaxCloud Ruby Gem available, which will allow Ruby developers to quickly integrate with TaxCloud’s web services. The Gem includes a number of “service” methods, which allow you to utilize TaxCloud’s services as if they were a local resource. The Gem also includes some tests which demonstrate how to use the services.

You can download it for free from: or just install the gem into your project: “gem install TaxCloud”.

Update! Version 1.0.1 is now available, which includes bug fixes and enhanced TIC functionality.

13 Responses to TaxCloud Ruby Gem Now Available!

  1. This is all that’s included in the gem downloaded from rubygems.

    class TaxCloud
    def self.hi
    puts ‘This is the TaxCloud gem.’

  2. Thanks! It’s really nice to have an officially supported gem.

  3. The tic.rb file needs to be TIC.rb. In Unix environments capitalization matters. The get_ti_cs_response.rb has the line require ‘TIC’. Please make the file capitalized so it works on all environments. -thanks.

  4. Evan says:

    Hey Dave – thanks for the gem! Noticed the repo above hadn’t been updated in a while. Curious if there were any pending pushes on the way?

  5. epmcgee says:

    Hey Dave, thanks for the gem! I noticed the repo hasn’t been updated in a while; just making sure this is still an officially supported channel. Are there pushes pending?

    • Dave says:

      Hello, we are still supporting this gem. There are a few bug fixes in the works, as well as some additional functionality. The new version will be available soon. Let use know if you have any suggestions for improvements.

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