RubyMotion for Objective-C Developers
19 course lessons | Instructor:
Learn to make iOS and OS X apps using RubyMotion with little or no Ruby experience.
Are you an Objective-C developer looking to pick up RubyMotion for your next project?
RubyMotion is a great alternative to writing iOS (and OS X) apps with Objective C. Many RubyMotion users seem to come from Ruby backgrounds and are new to iOS development.
On the other hand, some are Objective C developers with little or no Ruby experience who want to pick up RubyMotion.
This course is for the latter group and gives examples for iOS.
The same principles and tools apply for OS X development.
Requirements: What do you need to use this course?
Some experience building iOS and/or OS X apps with Objective-C
(The free version is fine if you're not sure you want to pay for it yet).
2. More Code Differences
4. Create and Manage a Project
5. Building and Running a Project
6. Using External Objective C Code
7. Using External RubyMotion Code
8. A Few Nice Alternatives in Ruby
9. Grand Central Dispatch
11. Memory Management
13. Storyboard and Core Data
14. Testing on Device
16. Additional Notes
17. Useful Resources
18. What's Next
About the instructor
Hwee-Boon Yar is a software developer with years of experience building and shipping apps for iOS and OS X.
He has worked both as an independent contractor as well as in companies including Fast Search and Transfer, and Microsoft.
Based in Singapore, Hwee-Boon and his wife Daphane Khoo run
, a company which has published a number of apps and runs a very popular newsletter.
You can follow Hwee-Boon on Twitter -
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