I think what you're looking for is an HTTP client. You have plenty of
options:

* curl binding for Ruby
* Net::HTTP in the standard library
* plenty of gems built on top of those

You might take a look at
http://jvns.ca/blog/2016/03/04/whats-up-with-ruby-http-libraries/ by Julia
Evans. She lists a dozen of gems.
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