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RubyMotion by Clay Allsopp

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Ruby on iOS

The iPhone and iOS exceeded everyone’s initial expectations. In the past five years, independent developers and companies have published more than half a million products to the App Store that have been downloaded more than two billion times. But despite the huge influx of new developers and programming resources, the process of building iOS apps has remained fundamentally unchanged.

The iOS SDK was first announced in early 2008, nearly a year after the first iPhone debuted. Mac developers felt right at home since it used the same Objective-C/Xcode workflow that had existed on OS X for years. For everyone else, that day was probably the first time they heard the term Objective-C.

Objective-C is a robust language, but its verbosity ...

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