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Episode #59 - March 16, 2010

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Happening, MacRuby and XCode, Spree, and On Cloud are covered on this episode of Ruby5. Also, we talk a bit about Good Touch, custom Shoulda macros, and remind you of the end of the call for proposals for RailsConf 2010.

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  • Spree
  • MacRuby and XCode
  • Happening
  • Shoulda Macros
  • Good Touch
  • On Cloud
  • RailsConf CFP
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Creating our very first Mac application with Ruby, how exciting! Jump to Story

Last week, Jean Pierre Hernandez wrote up a step-by-step tutorial on how to create your first native OS X application using XCode and MacRuby. He shows you every screen, menu item, click, drag, and all of the code you need to build your first app. This may be a good starting point for you if you're a Ruby developer looking to break into the desktop market.

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