Ready to Build Your Native App with RubyMotion?

Hello Rubyists,

RubyMotion is an application development environment that lets Ruby
developers write native apps for iOS, Android and OS X using the language
they already know and love. RubyMotion apps can access the entire set of
platform APIs at no cost and are compiled into machine code. Join the
webinar to learn how RubyMotion works internally, what makes it different
from other mobile toolchains, and then build a cross-platform app (iOS +
Android) with it.
*Building Full-Fledged Native Apps Using RubyMotion*

*June 1, 2016 *
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   - Developers experienced in working with Ruby
   - Developers familiar with languages like Python, PHP or Perl
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   - To learn how to access the entire set of iOS and Android APIs directly
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   - To know how to write full native apps that are compiled into machine
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maintained the Ruby distribution of OS X and also created the MacRuby
project. In a previous life, he worked on IDA Pro and was an active
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I am not read for that.

Visual Ruby is much better !

Yup Visual Ruby is cool, and I don't think Ruby motion is a free software. Plus it doesn't work on Linux.

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On Tuesday 24 May 2016 08:02 PM, HAL wrote:

I am not read for that.

Visual Ruby is much better !

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A Berger:

Can I compile Visual Ruby Apps to mobiles (java-bytecode/Dalvik or ART +
Android API ) ?

nope. Visual Ruby is for Linux and maybe Windows, currently.

Can I compile Visual Ruby Apps to mobiles (java-bytecode/Dalvik or ART +
Android API ) ?
Thx Berg

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Am 25.05.2016 09:10 schrieb "Karthikeyan A K" <karthikeyan@openmailbox.org>:

Yup Visual Ruby is cool, and I don't think Ruby motion is a free software.
Plus it doesn't work on Linux.

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I am not read for that.

Visual Ruby is much better !

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