Building iOS and OS X Applications with RubyMotion

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Presented by Rajiv Aaron Manglani.

Sponsored by MIT SIPB.

Part 1: Tuesday, January 28, 2014, 7-9:00pm, MIT 4-231, and
Part 2: Thursday, January 30, 2014, 7-9:00pm, MIT 4-231.

RubyMotion is a revolutionary toolchain for iOS and OS X. It lets you quickly develop and test native applications for the iPhone, iPad and Mac OS X. RubyMotion apps are written in Ruby and use all the same Cocoa APIs and frameworks as those written in Objective-C. Applications are compiled, run at full speed on iOS and Mac hardware, and can be submitted to Apple's App Stores. RubyMotion runs on OS X and is a commercial product. Come to the class then decide if it is the right technology to use for your next iOS or Mac application. We will explore the history of the project, tour the framework, and build a functioning app.

If you plan on attending, please RSVP to sipb-iap-rubymotion@mit.edu.

For more information, contact: Rajiv Aaron Manglani, rajiv@alum.mit.edu.

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See also: Other MIT SIPB IAP courses.