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Extending RubyMotion With Gems and Pods by Ray Hightower

RubyMotion enables developers to write native iOS apps using the Ruby language. Developers can amplify the power of RubyMotion by using of some of the available libraries, packaged as Gems and Pods. This talk will demonstrate some of the more popular libraries, while highlighting some of the "gotchas".

The first eight minutes will introduce RubyMotion for those who are unfamiliar with it. The remainder of the talk will feature demos of the libraries in action, live coding, and a generous helping of TDD. To get the most out of the talk, the audience member should have some experience programming iOS, Ruby, or both.

This talk is the sequel to the talk Hightower delivered at AlohaRuby in October 2012. Video: http://rayhightower.com/blog/2012/10/29/building-ios-apps-with-ruby-motion/

Bio: Ray Hightower is a software developer, perpetual student, founder of WisdomGroup, and organizer of ChicagoRuby & WindyCityRails. He is currently exploring RubyMotion & iOS.


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