Yt::Audit

Welcome! This is a Ruby library you can audit best practices of a YouTube channel.

The source code is available on GitHub and the documentation on RubyDoc.

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Development

$ bin/setup

$ YT_API_KEY="123456789012345678901234567890123456789" rake
$ open coverage/index.html

$ yardoc
$ open doc/index.html

Usage

run method returns an array of objects. Yt::Audit should be initialized with a Yt::Channel object of yt as channel.

It can also have videos, brand name, and playlists as optional, but by default it uses maximum 10 recent videos of channel as videos, channel title as brand and maximum 10 recent playlists as playlists keyword argument.

channel = Yt::Channel.new(id: 'UCPCk_8dtVyR1lLHMBEILW4g')
audit = Yt::Audit.new(channel: channel)# => #<Yt::Audit:0x007ffbb43fe780 @channel=#<Yt::Models::Channel...>, @videos=[...], @playlists=[...], @brand="budweiser">

audit.run# => [#<Yt::VideoAudit::InfoCard:0x007f94ec8c6f30 @videos=[...]>, #<Yt::VideoAudit::BrandAnchoring...>, #<Yt::VideoAudit::SubscribeAnnotation...>, #<Yt::VideoAudit::YoutubeAssociation...>, #<Yt::VideoAudit::EndCard...>, #<Yt::PlaylistAudit::Description...>]

You can call four available methods total_count, valid_count, title, and description from each Yt::VideoAudit or Yt::PlaylistAudit object.

audit_item = audit.run[0]# => #<Yt::VideoAudit::InfoCard:0x007f94ec979ab8 @videos=[...]>

audit_item.total_count# => 10

audit_item.valid_count# => 10

audit_item.title# => "Info Cards"

audit_item.description# => "The number of videos with an info card"