Standard Library Packages in Ruby
By: Emiley J. in Ruby Tutorials on 2009-03-03
Ruby comes with a rich standard library that includes many packages for various functionalities. Some of the commonly used standard library packages in Ruby are:
- date: Provides classes for working with dates and times.
- json: Provides support for working with JSON data.
- net/http: Provides classes for working with HTTP requests and responses.
- openssl: Provides support for SSL/TLS encryption.
- csv: Provides support for reading and writing CSV files.
- fileutils: Provides classes for working with files and directories.
- uri: Provides support for parsing and manipulating URIs.
- socket: Provides classes for working with sockets.
- thread: Provides classes for working with threads.
- zlib: Provides support for compressing and decompressing data using the zlib library.
These are just a few examples of the many standard library packages available in Ruby.
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