Or, Using RubyMotion to Write an iOS App
Today we’ll continue on to iOS with RubyMotion and build a fully functional to-do app. We’ll have the same functionality as on the Android side so you can get a good comparison of the two platforms with RubyMotion.
The user will be able to display, update, and create to-dos all the way through to the Rails API. We’ll do a little work on the project directory to have the two projects as part of a bigger project, which we’ll complete on Day 3. We’ll also build out the iOS API layer using the same signature as the Android application in anticipation of building a shared API layer. Let’s get started with today’s work by creating an iOS RubyMotion project.
We’ll create ...