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iOS Eye for the Rails Guy

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Ruby developers tend to be technology-curious. We love to explore. We also, often, find ourselves writing back ends to iPhone/iOS front ends. However, Rails and iOS have more in common than you may …

Ruby developers tend to be technology-curious. We love to explore. We also, often, find ourselves writing back ends to iPhone/iOS front ends. However, Rails and iOS have more in common than you may know. I'll demonstrate how you can leverage your existing Rails skills to learn how to develop for iOS.

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  • 1. A little on language
  • 2. Ye Olde Rails golden path
  • 3. iPhone golden path
  • 4. iPad golden path
  • 5. Rails 3 generated code ➜ rails g scaffold blog blogs_controller: 83 lines migration: 12 lines model: 2 lines
  • 6. iPad generated code: Split View-based app RootViewController.m: 317 lines DetailViewController.m: 160 lines 2 HUGE .xib (XML) files: DON’T ASK
  • 7. http://www.flickr.com/photos/travis_warren123/4229031035/
  • 8. Boogeymen
  • 9. Testing It REALLY SUCKS on iOS!!!!
  • 10. Text http://pragprog.com/screencasts/v-mcxcode/becoming-productive-in-xcode
  • 11. http://stackoverflow.com
  • 12. Libraries you should look at • TouchXML • TouchJSON • ASIHTTPRequest • Facebook three20
  • 13. Advice • Always lead your inline strings with a @ • Do read about UIView • Do not use Interface Builder • NSLog is your friend