Metaprogramming is pretty neat. While there is an awfully fun mad-scientist feeling I get when my code creates and redefines methods and entire classes at runtime, metaprogramming is not for every programmer or every project.
Building Apps as a CommunityVery short post to announce a community effort I’m trying to get organised, there is already a few people interested and I’d be keen to see a large group of us working on all kinds of things.
Our last release of the year, featuring a few major changes. Let’s dive in! Device Crash Reports It is an unfortunate reality that applications crash. This is even more so the case during development...
New functionality arrived in RubyMotion, let’s cover what’s new! OS X 10.9 Mavericks RubyMotion is now fully compatible with OS X’s latest release, Mavericks. The iOS toolchain works on Mavericks and...
Lori M Olson's insight:
Official Mavericks support, eval for OSX apps, and (wow) Instruments support for profiling! This is huge.
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