v0.5 changes everything
This is a big update, there are various small things, but the one big one is you no longer have to worry about where you are when you call rmq. You can call rmq() anywhere and it mostly does the right thing. No more self_in_rmq. Read more here.
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Happy coding, Todd Werth (@twerth)
Articles, News, and Blog Posts
12/6/2013 – “Learn RubyMotion Episode 3 – Building Login Screen Using RMQ Part I” by Neeraj Singh – Neeraj has a series of RubyMotion videos, check them out.
12/5/2013 – “motion-takeoff – RubyMotion specific iOS gem that helps you schedule things” by Mark Rickert (5-4-5)
12/4/2013 – Video: “ViveCodigo 01×06 – RubyMotion con Laurent Sansonetti” – It starts out in spanish but then changes to english when Laurent starts talking
In case you missed it
11/2013 – “motion-mode” by Satoshi Namai – I’m a VIM user myself, but this looks cool for Emacs. Let me know if there is something better for Emacs. In VIM, I just use the normal ruby plugins including the Dash plugin.
If you write specs that will cause animations, often your tests will crash without notice. To get around this, turn off all animations with:
UIView.animationsEnabled = false
You can do this in your before and after blocks, or just turn them off for all of your specs.
RubyMotion App of the Week
Updated 10/24/2013 – Lines
“Your simple and beautiful companion for the London Underground”
I love London, just sayin’
v0.5 is now on github [master]:
gem ‘ruby_motion_query’, :git => ‘firstname.lastname@example.org:infinitered/rmq.git’
This is a big update, there are various small things but the big one is that you no longer have to worry about where you are when you call rmq. You can call rmq() anywhere and it mostly does the right thing. No more self_in_rmq. Read more here.
Once it has been tested more, I will release the v0.5 gem. Let me know if you have any issues.
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