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Instant RubyMotion App Development

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1. Instant RubyMotion App Development

So, what is RubyMotion?

Installation

Basic installation

Step 1 – installing the iOS SDK

Step 2 – RubyMotion buy/install/update

Editor independence

RubyMine and IDEs

Customizing RubyMine

Quick start – creating your first application

Step 1 – understanding the environment

Cocoa Touch

Step 2 – understanding the app structure

A short editorial about MacBacon

Step 3 – running and testing the application

Step 4 – writing Hello World the RubyMotion way

Top 3 features you need to know about

Debugging

Implementing a Gem

Step 0

Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

Utilizing Gems

People and places you should get to know

Foundations

Base documentation

RubyMotion documentation

RubyMotion examples

Popular Gems

Communities

Instant RubyMotion App Development


Instant RubyMotion App Development

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Credits

Author

Gant Laborde

Reviewers

Amit Kumar

Steve Ross

Acquisition Editor

James Jones

Commissioning Editor

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Technical Editor

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Project Coordinator

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Proofreader

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Production Coordinator

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Cover Work

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Cover Image

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About the Author

Gant Laborde is a New Orleans based programmer with more than 10 years' experience in a wide array of software development penchants and disciplines. He has aided and consulted numerous companies but mostly enjoys tinkering with his own projects at Iconoclast Labs. His proclivity to write and entertain is prevalent in his blogs, games, patent application, published 2600 magazine articles, and open source contributions.

This book is dedicated to the two people who made it possible: Matt Garrison, who has reinvigorated me with my thirst for Science, and my brother Eric Laborde, who has been a rock and beacon to guide me true in life.

About the Reviewers

Amit Kumar has more than 10 years of experience in the software industry with a focus on developing scalable software solutions. He is an IT Architect at McKinsey & Company.

He is passionate about engineering team building, Agile process methodologies, and user-centric, feature-based web software design.

He has been an avid practitioner of Agile and lean methodologies.

He is in constant pursuit of simple innovative solutions to complex problems.

He is an acclaimed speaker, speaking at developer and open source conferences worldwide.

Steve Ross has been working in Ruby since before the first release of Ruby on Rails. He built a web